Inter Milan captain Lautaro Martinez discussed his contract situation in the aftermath of the encounter against Salernitana.

The Nerazzurri captain led his side towards another rampant 4-0 victory at the Granata’s expense.

As usual, the 26-year-old was on target, scoring the team’s second goal in the 19th minute, only a couple of minutes following Marcus Thuram’s opener.

The Argentine has now raised his tally to 20 Serie A goals this season, further consolidating his lead on top of the Capocannoniere charts.

Martinez hailed the Nerazzurri’s approach while insisting that team achievements are much more significant than individual awards

“We approach all matches the same way. Sometimes you succeed, sometimes you don’t, but we always try to do the same,” noted Lautaro in his post-match interview with Sky Sport Italia via FcInterNews.

“Surely the team’s results are more important than the Top Scorer Award. For instance, I will carry the Super Cup triumph in Riyadh forever.

“Now we have an objective ahead of us. We must continue on this path and remain humble to improve and keep playing like we did tonight.”

Inter Milan Captain Lautaro Martinez Reassures Contract Talks Are On The Right Path

The club captain feels that Inter have become more mature and they’re ready to take on Atletico Madrid in Tuesday’s Champions League clash.

“We have found the right maturity thanks to the coach’s work. We take the field with the right awareness and we’ve been showing it in every match.”

“Now we will look to face Atletico Madrid while relying on the strength of this group.

“We have new players who made themselves available straight away. Then the choice is up to the coach. We work to always give our best.”

Finally, Martinez was asked about the negotiations regarding his contract renewal.

The striker remains calm as he ensures that the negotiations are on the right track but the two parties still have to resolve some details.

“As the director [Beppe Marotta] said, we are on the right track. Some details are still missing. It’s not easy but there’s no rush.

“I still have two and a half years on my contract, so I remain calm.”