Inter-owned wingback Dalbert is hoping that he will be able to recover at his absolute best when he fully gets over the knee injury that has kept him out for the past several months.

Speaking to Brazilian journalist Andersinho Marques, as reported by FCInterNews, the 29-year-old expressed confidence that his recovery process is on track and that he can be back to 100% soon.

Dalbert suffered a bitter injury blow during the summer when he picked up a knee injury that ruled him out of a transfer away from Inter for the season so far.

The Brazilian’s contract with the Nerazzurri is set to run out at the end of June 2023 and he does not have a realistic future with the club.

However, the former Nice wingback who has spent time with the likes of Rennes, Fiorentina, and Cagliari on loan still has a chance to establish himself somewhere else if he can find full fitness and form.

“I’m doing well, thank God, I’m improving day by day and I’m working little by little,” he said of his recovery process.

“Today I did some medical tests and it’s everything is 100% fine,” the Brazilian went on.

“Now I’m working on the pitch and recovering my physical and technical form, I plan to return at 100%,” he made clear.