The veteran Argentine forward looks for fan support to get the Nerazzurri back on track while hinting that a coaching career may be in his futureInter striker Diego Milito denied claims that his side are no longer hungry for success.
After winning the treble under Jose Mourinho in 2010, Claudio Ranieri's men have not been able to repeat their success on the hunt for the Scudetto or in pursuit Champions' League repeat; currently, the team lie in seventh place, some 15 points off of first-placed rivals AC Milan.
Speaking to the Inter Channel, Milito stated his belief that his side are going through a natural dip in form: "This group isn't finished; we're still hungry for success.
"Unfortunately you get moments when you want to do things but they don't come for you, and then you lose a bit of confidence.
"But we're determined to get back on the winning trail. If we keep calm we can get through this. I think the fans are behind us....We need them now more than ever."
The 32-year-old then turned his attention to his plans for after retirement.
"I don't know what I'll do in the future," admitted Milito. "Something connected to football for sure. If I became a coach then sooner or later I'd like to make it into the Inter dugout. That would be a dream."
Ranieri and Milito will look to get back to winning ways on Sunday at home to Catania at 14:45CET.