Inter president Massimo Moratti has played down concerns after Milan brushed aside Napoli to underline their Scudetto intent.
A 3-0 win at San Siro keeps Massimiliano Allegri's men in command, and in control at the top. The Rossoneri sit five points clear of their deadly rivals and six ahead of the third-placed Azzurri.
But Moratti is unfazed, believing Inter will storm back up the table during the business end of the campaign.
"All this is enjoayble, and things are starting to get interesting," Moratti told the press.
Asked whether the Milan derby would decide the Scudetto, Moratti said: "I don't think so.
"Napoli? They are not out of the race yet. They are a strong side and have always done well.
"In any case, we have to do well and recover points, but we don't have easy games."
Inter host Genoa on Sunday, with Milan travel to Turin on Saturday evening to face Juventus.