The Netherlands international feels that the Nerazzurri coach has all the right plans to take the club forward, and is positive about the Giuseppe Meazza side's futureWesley Sneijder believes Andrea Stramaccioni is the right man to help Inter back to the top after a disappointing 2011-12 campaign.
The 36-year-old trainer inked a permanent deal as Nerazzuri coach this summer after temporarily replacing Claudio Ranieri as head coach last term, and Sneijder is confident that the young boss is the best man for the job at Inter after Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho.
"Stramaccioni is the best option for Inter after Mourinho," Sneijder stated to reporters.
"The club is building on a new future, and Stramaccioni is the ideal coach for Inter at this point. He has some big plans with the team.
"His enthusiasm is really rubbing off on the players, and he has some great ideas."
Sneijder worked under Mourinho in 2009 and 2010 during the Portuguese's spell in charge of Inter.