Federico Dimarco feels that this Inter Milan team are a united group who enjoy playing football together.

The 26-year-old spoke to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, following the Nerazzurri’s 4-0 Serie A win over Atalanta.

The way that Inter have been playing this season has made them look like a well-oiled machine.

The Nerazzurri have been in stellar form – twelve points clear at the top of the Serie A table, with a +55 goal difference and seventeen clean sheets.

Inter are also forging a path ahead in the Champions League. They beat Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their round of sixteen tie last week.

There have of course been many outstanding individual performances at the heart of this excellent season.

But perhaps more impressive than the displays by any one player have been how the team has functioned as a whole.

That was certainly evident against Atalanta yesterday evening.

The Nerazzurri scored four times for the fourth consecutive match in Serie A.

This was the result of the team creating a whole host of chances.

Inter moved the ball around at pace, fluidly moving from back to front. And there were always players moving into space to make themselves passing options.

Federico Dimarco On Inter Unity & Style Of Play

Of the match against Atalanta, Dimarco noted tht t”In the first ten minutes we struggled.”

“We didn’t start the match as we’d have liked. But after their disallowed goal, we started to play the way we know how to.

“Then, we got the very important win.”

As far as how Inter managed their lead, Dimarco said that “We’ve had growth in that respect since last season’s Champions League final.”

“We understood that we can compete with anyone,” he added.

“Great players may have left. But top players arrived to replace them.”

“I really enjoy playing in this team,” Dimarco continued.

“If I can’t get many touches on the ball then I try to carve out space for myself by moving into space on the pitch.”

“I look for free spaces, and then by doing that I can also create spaces for teammates,” the wingback explained.

“We enjoy our football,” Dimarco said. “And then we also enjoy ourselves in training. I think that’s a vital thing.”