Inter Milan midfielder Davide Frattesi “could run head first through a wall” when he feels the Nerazzurri fans behind him.

The 24-year-old beamed while speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN, via FCInterNews, after his team’s 2-1 Serie A win over Udinese.

Frattesi scored his second stoppage time winner of the season against Udinese yesterday.

The former Sassuolo midfielder has certainly made a habit of popping up with important goals off of the bench.

Frattesi had previously scored against Hellas Verona in similar circumstances in January.

And the Italian international has reacted with all the emotion that would be expected in the situation.

Frattesi has not hidden his joy, or what such important goals have meant to him.

The Italian international has made a point of celebrating not just with his teammates, but also with the Nerazzurri fans.

Davide Frattesi: “Could Run Head First Through A Wall” From The Passion Of Inter Fans

“Normally I’m calm and collected,” Frattesi said.

“But then when I hear the chants and feel the passion, I feel like maybe I could run head first through a wall,” the Inter midfielder continued.

Of the win over Udinese, the 24-year-old said that”We still need more points [for the Serie A title].”

“These are very important matches.”

“The end of the match, we were carried along by our emotions. But there’s still a lot left for us to do.”

Frattesi noted that “My goal against Verona was at the San Siro.”

“But I’d put today’s goal at the same level as that one. It was brilliant. I fought for it and I wanted it so much.”

“It was a match really worthy of Inter,” Frattesi said of the Nerazzurri’s performance.

“Today was vital,” he added. “We can’t always be at 100%. So winning scrappy matches becomes decisive.”

“We can’t think that we can win every match 4-0,” Frattesi made clear.