Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has admitted that Inter are facing some very tough teams in the UEFA Champions League group stage but wants consistency compared to last season, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.

Speaking during an interview with Inter TV after the draw, via FCInternews, the Inter coach addressed the fact that the Nerazzurri will be facing German champions Bayern Munich, Spanish giants Barcelona, and Czech Republic’s Viktoria Plzen.

He spoke with pride about the prestige of the tournament and admitted that Inter have been handed a tough group compared to others.

“The Champions League is a competition of great prestige. We will meet very strong and well-organised teams, but as always we will prepare for every match in the best possible way, studying every detail because we know that at these levels there are no easy matches.”

He then stressed that what Inter are looking for is some consistency in the tournament in line with their performance last season.

They reached the round of 16 last season for the first time in a decade but they were then knocked out by Liverpool after being handed a very tough draw. Inter are in Group C this season.

“We are Inter, we face this competition with enthusiasm, with the aim of giving consistency with what we did last year.”