The Dutch star has been linked with a move away from the Serie A giants in recent times, but he insists he is happy at his current club and is keen to make up for lost timeWesley Sneijder says he has no intention of leaving Inter this summer, and is determined to win more trophies with the side.
The Netherlands international has been linked with a move away from the Giuseppe Meazza, with Anzhi Makhachkala closely monitoring his situation, but he has his heart set on staying where he is for the foreseeable future.
"I have a strong desire to win and want to stay here to do just that. Inter are a great team that are currently rebuilding for the future. We're a mix of youth, experience and quality," Sneijder told Corriere dello Sport.
"Other offers? Money is important, but it's not all that matters. If a big-money offer comes in in three or four years time, I would consider it, but I'm only thinking about Inter.
"I want to stay here and win trophies. You can never rule anything out in football, but I'm feeling very well here.
"[Andrea] Stramaccioni has the same football philosophy. He knows how to deal with players and is determined to win. He will do a great job at Inter and I'm very happy with him."
The attacking midfielder then went on to discuss potential transfer targets for Inter, and advised club president Massimo Moratti to pursue Oranje team-mates Nigel de Jong and Ibrahim Afellay.
"De Jong? He is the type of player who only thinks about winning and who will always give his all on the pitch. He would be a good reinforcement. Afellay is a good player as well."