Inter Milan midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan identifies the Scudetto title as the club’s ultimate objective ahead of next season.

The 34-year-old has been plying his trade in Serie A since joining AS Roma in 2019. However, he’s yet to taste Scudetto glory.

The Armenian signed a two-year contract with the Nerazzurri last summer after seeing out his deal with the Giallorossi.

The experienced midfielder enjoyed a positive first campaign at the Giuseppe Meazza on a personal level.

He won the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup while also taking part in the Champions League final.

Nevertheless, the league title still eclipsed the former Man Utd and Arsenal star.

Therefore, Mkhitaryan is looking to make up for it next season, setting the Scudetto as Inter’s main objective for 2023/24.

“We are in a moment of transformation. The squad has significantly changed. However, we remain the same team,” said the veteran midfielder in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews.

“Perhaps the individual characteristics are different this term, but the structure and the way we play will be more of the same”, analyzes the Armenian.

The ex-Roma star still wants the Nerazzurri to cement themselves among Europe’s elite. But the Scudetto remains the primary goal.

“Let’s see who we get in the Champions League group and then the race will start again. We are ready.

“But there isn’t just the Champions League. The Scudetto is everyone’s goal.

“I still think about the final in Istanbul almost every day. That was perhaps the match of a lifetime. Maybe it will happen again, maybe not.

“Of course, it’s a big shame because we deserved to win. Everyone expected Man City to score three goals, but instead, we were superior.

“I was unlucky to sustain an injury against Milan. I was out for three weeks and did everything possible to return for Istanbul.”

Inter Milan Midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan Looking To Win Scudetto Title Next Season

Moreover, Mkhitaryan welcomes competition from new Inter Milan signings in the middle of the park.

Davide Frattesi joined the club last month while Lazar Samardzic is on the cusp of finalizing of his transfer.

“Marcus Thuram is fast and technical, it will be up to us to serve him in a different way. We will help him improve.

“We have lost a very important player in Marcelo Brozovic, but a genuinely strong lad [Frattesi] has arrived.

“In addition to knowing how to give assists and playing the ball, he knows how to score. If served well, he can be an extra weapon.

“When we played against Udinese last year, we all saw a wonderful talent with great potential in Samardzic.

“I never thought that competition was a problem. The more players we have, the more we can help each other.

“We might be among the strongest midfield departments in Europe on paper. But we must prove it on the pitch.”