Goalkeeper Emil Audero believes that this Inter Milan team brings out the best from the individual players in the squad.

The former Juventus keeper gave his thoughts in the official matchday programme for this evening’s match against Empoli.

It looks likely that goalkeeper Audero will start for Inter this evening against Empoli.

So far this season, Audero has made three appearances for Inter. Each have come in different competitions.

The 27-year-old has been at the Nerazzurri on loan from Sampdoria since last summer.

Audero made his debut for the club against Benfica in the Champions League. Then he also started against Bologna in the Coppa Italia round of sixteen.

Most recently, Audero started for Inter in a Serie A match away to Lecce in February. That was the former Juventus keeper’s league debut for the Nerazzurri.

And the Italian could in all likelihood have another chance to prove himself against Empoli in another Serie A match this evening.

Emil Audero: Inter Bring Out The Best In Individual Players

Audero explained that “For me, the team is everything.”

“I strongly believe that the collective can bring out the best qualities in the individual player,” the 27-year-old continued.

“And this is even more important for the goalkeeper.”

“Because a good win or a good match from the group as a whole gives even more value to an individual performance.”

Audero said that “Among the most significant steps in my career, I would certainly say May 27th, 2017. That was my debut in Serie A.”

“It was the beginning of a journey that has still lasted to this day.”

“Then there’s the feeling of the penalty that I saved in a derby between Sampdoria and Genoa,” Audero continued.

“That was an incredible save, both because it came in the 96th minute, and also because it kept the team safe.”

“At the end of the match, I remember leaving the pitch exhausted, but happy.”