Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi highlights his team’s big ambitions for the second half of the season.

The 47-year-old spoke to the club’s official channels ahead of tomorrow’s encounter against Monza.

The Biancorossi will host Inter at the U-Power Stadium on Saturday evening.

The Beneamata will be looking to begin the second half of the season with a positive result.

The Serie A leaders collected 48 points during the first part of the campaign, and the coach insists that his men are looking to replicate this feat by delivering the goods till the end of the season.

“We know that we have had an excellent first half and it won’t be easy to equal it. But we are ambitious and we’re looking to consolidate our place with another solid run,” said Inzaghi in his pre-match interview with Inter TV via FcInterNews.

“It will be a difficult match against a worthy opponent who has an excellent coach and players.

“We’re pleased to reunite with D’Ambrosio, Gagliardini and Valentin Carboni. We will have to play a very important match because we know that Monza is a tough opponent.”

The interviewer asked the former Lazio boss about the possibility of fielding three attackers as he did in the latter stages against Hellas Verona.

“Against Verona, I changed the formation in the last quarter of an hour, with three attackers on the pitch at the same time.

“I used it as an option at that moment. This could become a solution in certain occasions.”

Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi Targeting A Solid Second Half Of The Season

Inzaghi also praised his player for doing well offensively and defensively since the start of the season.

“The team worked well in the first 19 matches. They believed in victory until the end.

“We’re working as a group, all together. Above all, we have changed various defensive structures due to injuries, but the principles have not changed.”

Finally, the manager revealed that Federico Dimarco’s condition has been improving following his return from injury, while new signing Tajon Buchanan still requires time to adjust.

“Federico is certainly doing much better. He recovered and made his contribution already in the final minutes against Verona.

“Tajon presented himself in great physical condition. He is a young player, with excellent qualities and has a fair amount of experience under his belt.

“It will take him some time to integrate, but this week, he had three very important training sessions.”