Goalkeeper Emil Audero feels that he’s learning a lot despite a relative lack of playing time at Inter Milan this season.

The 27-year-old spoke to InterTV, via FCInterNews, following the Nerazzurri’s Serie A win over Lecce this evening.

Audero started this evening at the Via del Mare.

The Sampdoria-owned keeper made his first start for Inter in Serie A. He had previously started against Benfica in the Champions League and Bologna in the Coppa Italia.

Those last two matches had been a 3-3 draw and a 1-2 loss for the Nerazzurri.

But this evening, Audero managed to keep his first clean sheet for Inter.

Emil Audero On Lack Of Playing Time At Inter Milan

As far as how he trains despite scarce playing time, Audero said that “That’s a good question.”

“This season has been important me on a number of levels,” he continued.

“It’s meant the opportunity to train with players of a much higher level than average. That’s allowed me to improve on a personal level.”

On the other hand, Audero said, “It’s not easy not to find consistency, which is important in a goalkeeper.”

“But for that very life I have to always work hard in my everyday life.”

“That’s how I can be ready when called upon.”

Of the win over Lecce, Audero argued that “In my view, the condition of the pitch today was not perfect.”

“Often at this point in the season, the weather means that the pitches are not perfect.”

“I have to say that it was a lively match until the end,” Audero continued of the win over Lecce.

“They brought aggressive pressure.”

“We did well despite a less-than-perfect pitch which didn’t allow us to be at our best in possession.”

“We were good at finishing when we got close to their goal.”

And as far as his contribution to the passing move that led to Davide Frattesi’s goal, Audero said that “It’s something we try on the training ground often.”

“I’m happy if it can lead to a goal, with my part in it and with the win.”