Wesley Sneijder has revealed that he has held talks with Inter president Massimo Moratti and insisted that he is satisified with life at the club.
The Netherlands international was involved in a transfer saga last summer, with the player linked with a switch to Manchester United, but the move did not materialise.
With the Nerazzurri finishing outside of the Champions League qualification places in 2011-12, the Dutch attacking midfielder's future remained unclear, but Sneijder has admitted that he is happy at the Giuseppe Meazza club.
"I am fired up ahead of Euro 2012 and feel really good," the 28-year-old told Tuttosport.
"Massimo Moratti’s words pleased me, as I’m sure next year will be a different story and the president will sign important players.
"In any case, I am happy at Inter and feel like part of the group."