Milito happy for Inter stay

Diego Milito claims to be happy at Inter Milan, but appreciates that his future lies in the hands of the club.

Last Updated: 11/02/13 at 14:09 Post Comment

Diego Milito: Hoping to remain at Inter until the end of his current deal

Diego Milito: Hoping to remain at Inter until the end of his current deal

Milito playing a starring role for Inter in 2009/10 as they landed Serie A, Coppa Italia and UEFA Champions League crowns.

He returned to something like that form last season, and was back among the goals on Sunday as Inter saw off Chievo 3-1.

It has, however, been suggested that the 33-year-old will look to return to his native Argentina in the summer, after spending the last 10 years in Europe.

Milito insists such talk has not been sparked by him, with there a desire on his part to see out a contract which is due to run until 2014.

"My future? I feel really good here and I owe a lot to these supporters," he said.

"I want to reach the end of my deal and then see what happens.

"It will be up to the club to decide what to do. I would stay here willingly."

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