Inter midfielder Kristjan Asllani feels that it’s only necessary that he wouldn’t break into the Nerazzurri’s team on a regular basis in his first few weeks with the club, given the quality of Marcelo Brozovic in his position.

Speaking in a press conference with the Albanian national team, as reported by FCInterNews, Asllani emphasized that his only priority is to be humble and work hard so that he can eventually get the chance to show his quality in a Nerazzurri shirt.

Asllani could be given the chance to show why he was signed in the summer as a deputy for Brozovic right after the international break as the Croat is suspended for the Nerazzurri’s clash with Roma, although this is not certain.

Coach Simone Inzaghi looks to be reluctant to thrust the 20-year-old into the action right away and is waiting for the right moments to blood him in so that he doesn’t face too much pressure, and for his part the player feels that the only thing to to is to remain patient.

“It’s normal that I haven’t played, I’m twenty and I made the move to a very strong team,” Asllani said. “I have to be patient, because a very good player like Brozovic plays in my role and I’m learning a lot from him.”

“When I’m with the national team my focus is on playing for the national team, and when I go back I don’t know what will happen,” he added. “I train well, I’m a professional. When I get the chance I’ll give it my all.”