The holding midfielder is delighted with his move to the Giuseppe Meazza, and is relishing the prospect of playing alongside the Dutchman and Argentine in the same team
The Belgian midfielder recently joined the Nerazzurri from Bologna on a one-year loan deal, and he admits he had his heart set on a move to the Milanese club as soon as they made their interest known.
"Playing alongside champions such as Sneijder and Milito is a tremendous joy for me. I'll do a lot of hard grafting for them," Mudingayi said at a press conference.
"As soon as I found out Inter were interested in me, I immediately told my agent that I wanted to come here.
"I didn't even take any notice of the rumours linking me to other clubs. That was a tough week, as I absolutely and categorically wanted to come here.
"I'm here and willing to be at the complete disposal of the coach and the rest of the squad. Irrespective of which role I'm asked to play, I'll always try to give my all."
Mudingayi started his professional career at Union Saint-Gilloise, and also represented Gent, Torino and Lazio before joining Bologna in the summer of 2008.