Inter striker Edin Dzeko feels that at the moment the only thing that matters is that he’s performing at a high level at this stage of his career.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN after the Nerazzurri’s 6-1 win over Bologna, as reported by FCInterNews, the Bosnian emphasized that the performances are what matter.

Dzeko has now been playing professional football for the better part of two decades, with the majority of that time spent playing at a high level.

The Bosnian had established himself as a top-class centre-forward at a European level with Wolfsburg in 2008 before spending time at Manchester City and Roma, and then joining Inter last summer.

Dzeko has continued to maintain that standard in a Nerazzurri shirt, and the fact that he has done it at this stage in his career is something that many have commented on.

However, as far as the striker is concerned, his age is not a particularly relevant matter, and just as has always been the case, the most important thing is what he does on the pitch.

“I don’t think about it all that much,” the Bosnian said, “I think about the team.”

“The more goals I score the better it is for my team.”

“In my opinion, age doesn’t really matter, it’s whether or not you can prove yourself with what you do on the pitch.”

“When you’re not up to the task then I think it’s right to step aside,” he added, ” but right now I’m still doing it.”