It was only three years ago that Inter Milan won the Champions league title along with two other major trophies, thus completing the first Italian treble. Argentine striker Diego Milito played a huge role in the success by scoring 30 goals in that season. Inter have fallen into bad times since then.

They have found it extremely difficult to even get into the top three following the departure of José Mourinho in 2010. Milito has also suffered numerous injury problems in the last few years, which have limited his impact on the pitch. The club recently appointed former Napoli manager Walter Mazzarri as a replacement for Andrea Stramaccioni.

Last season was extremely disappointing for the club as they finished only in the ninth position. As a result, they will be without any form of European football in the coming campaign. Despite this, there is a lot of confidence that Inter will be able to get back to the former glory days under Mazzarri.

Milito has reflected this once again after seeing his team draw 1-1 against reigning champions Juventus in a friendly match. Inter only recently suffered a 4-0 defeat against Valencia, but this draw against Juventus has given them a lot of confidence.
Milito has said that Inter have improved substantially on a tactical level.

"We're working very well and the team is on the up. We lacked a bit of flair in the early matches but that's natural in pre-season. We've definitely moved forward from a tactical perspective though. Right from day one the coach asked even us guys who are coming back from injury to follow his tactical instructions and this is very useful for us. Things are going well and we hope this continues. We'll go far, as high up the table as possible," said Milito.

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