Simone Inzaghi feels that Inter Milan can still continue to improve, and is a big fan of how Alexis Sanchez played against Lecce.

The Nerazzurri coach spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN, via FCInterNews, after his team’s 4-0 Serie A win.

Inter got yet another win in Serie A in Puglia this evening.

It was the Nerazzurri’s tenth win in all competitions, and seventh in the league, in 2024.

Inter restored their nine-point advantage over Juventus (with a game in hand) at the top of the Serie A table.

And the Nerazzurri did so with a heavily-rotated starting eleven.

It was Inter captain Lautaro Martinez who popped up with a couple of vital goals, for his 23rd and 24th of the season.

But there were big performances from a number of players who haven’t played as often.

Forward Sanchez was one standout performer in attack. And Davide Frattesi also chipped in with a goal.

Then there were the likes of Yann Bisseck and Carlos Augusto in defense, and Emil Audero in goal, who all chipped in to keep yet another clean sheet in Serie A for Inter.

Inzaghi: Inter Can Still Improve, Alexis Sanchez Showed His Class Vs Lecce

Asked if this team can improve, Inzaghi replied “Absolutely, yes.”

“Because the most important months of the season are still to come.”

“It’s right to be happy with how brilliantly things have gone for us so far,” the coach said.

“But we shouldn’t look at the numbers.”

“We have Atalanta on the way,” Inzaghi said. “It’s tough when there are so many matches.”

“We need contributions from everyone, as we saw this evening.”

Asked if he’s starting to be more relaxed about the title race, the Inter coach replied “No. Because we know that there’s still three months left. That’s a lot of matches.”

“We have to always try to improve,” he added.

“I still haven’t seen the chance that Blin had again,” Inzaghi noted of one of Lecce’s best chances to score. “But I know that we have to do better there.”

As far as whether Wednesday’s match against Atalanta could be “match point” in the title race, Inzaghi replied “Absolutely not.”

“We have to maintain our focus, even when we’re asleep,” he emphasized.

Inzaghi also praised Chilean international Sanchez. “Sanchez played an extraordinary match,” he said.

“He did very well. He proved that he’s a top player.”