Inter Milan striker Marko Arnautovic recalls what he considers a positive campaign despite the lack of playing time.

The Austrian returned to the club last summer for a second stint, having spent the 2009/10 on loan at the club.

The 35-year-old acted as an understudy for Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Thuram. He ended the season with seven goals and three assists across all competitions.

But more importantly, the veteran collected a Serie A medal at the end of the season.

Arnautovic looks back on the club’s wild Scudetto celebrations which he describes as a dream come true.

“It was exceptional, a dream,” said the former West Ham star in his interview with Kronen Zeitung via FcInterNews.

“Everyone in the club wanted us to win the second star. The fact that it happened in the Derby against Milan made it even better.

“It was a new experience for me. I spent a lot of time on the bench in a role I wasn’t used to. It was a period of ups and downs, also due to injuries.”

Marko Arnautovic Weighs In On Exceptional Inter Milan Campaign

Arnautovic identified his goal against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16 as the highlight of his campaign, even though his team was later eliminated in the second leg.

“For me, the whole season was a highlight, I can’t choose one.

“The moment when I scored the opener against Atletico in the Champions League was beautiful. but the elimination was less so.”

The striker also spoke about the upcoming European Championship. The veteran will be among a host of Nerazzurri stars representing their respective nations.

“I talked a lot with Marcus Thuram about the tournament. France are one of the big favorites, we both know it.

“I also made a bet with Denzel Dumfries. He claims that the Netherlands will beat us. But I say it will be the opposite.”

Finally, Arnautovic reassures that he’s now fully fit after overcoming his physical problems.

“I always want to play. The injuries were not minor, they affected the tendons. But now I’m back to 100%.”