Inter Milan defender Yann Bisseck feels that while he isn’t playing much, he’ll always be ready when the call arrives from his coach.

The German spoke to InterTV, via FCInterNews, after making his full debut for the Nerazzurri against Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League.

Defender Bisseck started for Inter for the first time this evening.

The 22-year-old had only managed to make a couple appearances for the Nerazzurri prior. Both had come as very late substitute appearances.

But Inter coach Simone Inzaghi decided to put his faith in the young defender.

With Benjamin Pavard out with an injury and Denzel Dumfries needing a rest, Inzaghi started Bisseck.

And it was not a bad debut by any means from the 22-year-old.

In the end, a yellow card meant that Inzaghi decided to remove Bisseck at halftime.

The German was not the first player who Inzaghi has taken off for that very reason. And he won’t likely be the last.

But in the time that he was on the pitch, Bisseck showed that he is capable of holding his own in the Inter backline.

Inter Defender Yann Bisseck: Always Ready For The Call

Bisseck noted that “I’ve always played for clubs that are very small. So I was bit nervous when I got to Inter.”

“All my teammates are helping me grow,” he then noted. “Wnd Milan is a beautiful city.”

Looking ahead to future matches, the 22-year-old said that “I haven’t played much so far, so I’m ready.”

“I hope to get more minutes,” he went on.

“Obviously I need some time to improve and get minutes under my belt.”

“But if the coach wants to put his faith in me, I’m ready,” Bisseck made perfectly clear.

“I’m happy,” the Germany Under-21 international said. “Playing as a starter for a team like Inter in the Champions League is a great feeling.”

“Obviously there are still some thing that I have to work on,” he added.

“But I’m happy that the coach decided to put his faith in me.”