The Brazilian defender is keen to make a name for himself this season after struggling to adapt to life at the Nerazzurri during his first 18 months
The Brazilian defender initially struggled to adapt to his new surroundings after joining the Italian giants from Internacional in January 2012, but insists he has put the groundwork in to have a successful season for both club and country.
"When you go to a new team you just need a bit of time to settle in; now that I've done that I feel much more at ease," Juan Jesus told Inter Channel.
"I'm still young, so I have to keeping growing and learning with every game, every training session. [Head coach Walter] Mazzarri is giving us so much input in that respect."
The 22-year-old also revealed that he has his sights set on making an impact at international level following his four caps for Brazil and with his country due to host the World Cup next summer.
"I'm working hard to make sure I have a great season with Inter, considering that it's a World Cup year, too," continued the defender. "Inter and the Selecao are both very important to me."
Juan has made 32 Serie A appearances for Inter so far.