The Nerazzurri coach believes his players are starting to adapt to his tactics better and is looking forward to his future at the club
The San Siro club currently sit fifth in Serie A, just two points ahead of Parma in the race for the final Europa League spot.
However, they finished ninth last term and the former Napoli boss believes they have developed as players this term and is looking forward to the future.
"I see signs of growth," said the 52-year-old."Implementation of the tactics and the organisation of the team have improved.
"I will do everything possible and impossible to bring this team as high as possible. Depending on how we finish will be easier to plan for the future.
"Whoever wants to stay in this team will have to ensure a certain level. Everything will be evaluated.
"To maintain high levels takes constant concentration. It is not easy, some players are not ready yet."
Inter will look to keep up their challenge for a European place when they entertain Bologna on Saturday.