Inter have not lost faith in their coach Simone Inzaghi despite the difficult moment that he and the team have found themselves in.

This according to Italian news outlet Tuttosport, who report that the team continue to trust and support the coach after a 3-1 defeat to Udinese made it three losses from seven Serie A matches this season, and that the coach is waiting for Romelu Lukaku to return so they can return with a bang after the break.

Inter have gone into the international break amid difficult circumstances, with their loss at the hands of Udinese condemning them to remain on twelve points after seven matches played, hardly title-winning form.

However, the feeling within the club has not seriously shifted against the coach, who continues to have the backing of the directors who see him as the right man to right the ship after this tough start.

Inzaghi will have a diminished squad at his disposal during the international break, but crucially it will include Romelu Lukaku who has not been called up for the Belgian national team, and so his only thought is to work to produce a response after the break, with the continued trust of his club.