Simone Inzaghi feels that the form that his Inter Milan have been in this season in Serie A has been “sensational.”

The Nerazzurri coach spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN, via FCInterNews. He highlighted the incredible winning record that his team have had in the league this campaign.

This season, Inter have certainly found another gear compared to Inzaghi’s first couple in charge.

First of all, the Nerazzurri have lost just one match all campaign. That came against Sassuolo in September.

In the months since then, Inter have yet to lose another match.

Moreover, it is not as though the Nerazzurri have been drawing a lot of matches either.

There have been four matches in total in which Inter have had to share the points. These came against the likes of Bologna, Juventus, Genoa, and Napoli.

Otherwise, Inter have just kept winning.

There have been a lot of different way that the Nerazzurri have done so. There have been victories by an emphatic scorelines – a string of 4-0 victories in the spring was a testament to that.

But at the same time, Inter have also found ways to grind out wins in difficult circumstances.

Yesterday’s match against Udinese was the second time that Davide Frattesi has scored a stoppage time winner as a substitute, for example.

Inter have won with the majority of possession like yesterday – and they have also gotten wins playing a counterattacking game.

Inzaghi: Inter “Sensational” With 26 Wins From 31 In Serie A

Inzaghi admitted that “I’m fortunate enough to have some great players at my disposal.”

“They carry out what my staff and I want from them very well,” he went on.

The coach said that “I don’t think that Inter have just been playing well this season. It was the same three years ago as well.”

“In my first season they said that we were targeting a spot in the top four.”

“Then after four months, everyone was saying we were unplayable,” the Nerazzurri coach noted.

“This season we’ve won 26 matches out of 31,” Inzaghi said. “It’s been absolutely sensational.”

“And we have incredible fans who always follow us everywhere, push us along. Today it felt like we were at the San Siro.”

Of his tactical change in the second half of yesterday’s match in Udine, Inzaghi said that “I wanted to change the system by putting Sanchez behind the two strikers.”