The midfielder suggests he is keen to stay with the Nerazzurri but admits that decisions over his future at the club are out of his handsWalter Gargano has declared his happiness with life at Inter and hinted he could make his temporary switch a permanent one at the end of his loan spell from Napoli.
The Uruguay international arrived at the club from the Partenopei last August and has gone on to make 25 Serie A appearances for the Milan outfit this season.
Speaking to FCInterNews.it, Gargano made it clear that he is enjoying his time at the club, though he cannot say for certain whether he will remain with the Nerazzurri.
"I don't know what will happen in the future," the 28-year-old Uruguay international stressed.
"I feel good at Inter and the club will decide my fate."
Andrea Stramaccioni's side have endured some indifferent results of late, losing their last two league games- including Saturday's 2-1 Derby d'Italia loss to Juventus- and have slipped to seventh in the table.
And Gargano admits to understanding the frustrations of the Inter faithful, with cries of unrest beginning to surface around San Siro.
"The boos from the crowd don't have any affect on me because I'm doing my job," he continued.
"If we mess up, the fans are entitled to have their say, but everyone makes mistakes and it's not a problem for me. I am happy to be here."