The 35-year-old striker was optimistic that he had done enough to convince the Nerazzurri he was worthy of a new contract but he is now open to moving abroad as a free agent
The Nerazzurri signed the 35-year-old on a short-term contract from Lazio this January to serve as cover for their injury-ravaged forward line.
But despite netting two goals in eight Serie A appearances at San Siro, no contract extension was forthcoming, meaning Rocchi is now a free agent.
"Although it was not a very lucky season for us, I can say that Inter was a great experience for me," the former Biancocelesti forward told Corriere dello Sport.
"I had gone to Inter with the goal of staying there for a year and a half but there was not the possibility of continuing there.
"I'm fine now, though. I have already started working out with my trainer and I want to be ready if an opportunity presents itself. I will consider every offer that arrives - from Italy or from abroad.
"I showed that I'm in shape in the latter part of the season with Inter, where I played with a certain continuity due to injuries of my fellow forwards."
Rocchi, who has three Italy caps to his name, had arrived at Appiano Gentile after eight years at the Stadio Olimpico.