Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic could well find his best form and match-fitness at the World Cup, which could only be a positive thing for his club.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who argue that the 30-year-old’s performance in Croatia’s 4-1 win over Canada yesterday suggested that he is returning to his optimal level.

Brozovic did not quite look at his best in the opening stages of yesterday’s match after Canada raced to an early lead.

However, as the first half wore on the Nerazzurri midfielder started to find his rhythm and dictate the tempo, and in the second he was key to Croatia being in firm control of proceedings.

Considering that Brozovic had not looked at his best in Croatia’s opening day draw against Morocco, this would suggest that the Inter midfielder has used the playing time he’s already had to find form.

The 30-year-old had only made substitute appearances for Inter in the matches between his return from a thigh injury and the start of the World Cup break.

Now, however, he can use the matches to come as an opportunity to really find his feet again, which could be good news when he returns for the rest of the club season.