Inter Milan owned striker Samuele Mulattier is very happy with the season that he’s had on loan with Frosinone.

Speaking to the Lazio-based club’s official social media account, via FCInterNews, the 22-year-old admits that he regrets that the season is already over after he helped fire Frosinone to the Serie B title.

Last summer, Mulattieri went out on loan to Frosinone.

This was the young striker’s third loan spell as he starts to make his way within the senior game.

During the 2020-21 season, Mulattieri starred for Volendam in the Netherlands. Then, last campaign he played for Crotone on loan in Serie B.

This time around, he has once again played in Serie B.

However, Mulattieri has managed to help Frosinone reach the promised land, becoming champions of the Italian second division.

It was a strong season from Mulattieri on an individual level. The 22-year-old has found the back of the net twelve times in 29 matches for his loan club.

For his part, Mulattieri even feels a bit sad that this excellent season for him and his club has had to end.

Inter Striker Samuele Mulatteri Very Happy With Season On Loan With Frosinone

Mulattieri noted that “My first goal here came in a 3-0 win against Brescia, under the Curva Nord. It was an incredible feeling for me.”

“The best goal I’ve scored this season at home was the one against Ternana, in my opinion,” he added.

“On that occasion I did very well to change pace and attack the space in behind at the near post.”

“I hit the ball well,” the Inter-owned striker recalled. “It wasn’t an easy strike, and the goalkeeper didn’t even move.”

“That was a good goal.”

“The season just gone was an incredible season,” Mulattieri said. “We were a fantastic group. I’ll always carry the matches and moments I’ve shared with my teammates with me.”

“It’s really too bad that the season’s over,” he added.