Inter coach Simone Inzaghi believes the Nerazzurri have to do their talking on the pitch to answer the question if they are title contenders or not.

Speaking in the official post match press conference after the 3-2 Serie A win away against Atalanta, as reported via FcInterNews, the former Lazio coach underlined that the Nerazzurri have to prove their title credential on the pitch.

“Aside from talking we have to do the deed. We have won six out of our last seven matches, we have to improve but it won’t be easy.

“Our desire is to always improve and work to do so every day, maintaining a clean environment mentally as we have always been able to do.

“We had an extraordinary Champions League group stage and we have four points less than at the same point last season, with the same number of wins but more goals conceded.

“Now we have to improve and work on ourselves in the second part of the season. We always play to win, then no-one could have though that Napoli would have a season like the one they are having.

“I always accept constructive criticism, a person should never stop to improve himself and we, together with the staff do that regularly when confronted with the club. We should have had more points.

“I had my doubts as to whether or not to start Brozovic today, this is his role. We have Asllani who has made me think given the results and I decided to go with the more experienced player in Calhanoglu.

“Now we will put the players in their right roles, Brozovic will help Asllani and we have four mezz’ale.”

Inter came back from a goal down to in 3-2 away against Atalanta to record their 10th win in the Serie A this season, making it their first win against a direct rival having lost all previous five so far this season.

The Nerazzurri have lost to Lazio, AC Milan, Udinese and Juventus away from home in the Serie A as well as Roma at the San Siro in early October so today’s win over Atalanta was a long awaited one against a direct rival.

Bosnian international striker Edin Dzeko scored a brace in today’s 3-2 win bringing his tally in the Serie A to six and nine overall in all competitions so far this season which saw Inter finally win away against a top six side in the Italian topflight.