Diego Milito is hungry for more success with Inter this season, with his gaze firmly fixed on the Scudetto following his side's recent 3-1 Serie A win over Juventus.
The former Zaragoza striker has enjoyed a renaissance in 2012, with his double in the victory over the title holders on November 3 pushing both him up to 27 league goals this calendar year and the Nerazzurri to second in the standings.
Speaking to Inter's official website, the Argentina international reiterated his desire to win more trophies with the club, particularly the Scudetto shield.
"I'd do anything to win the Scudetto!" the 33-year-old said. "We hope to win titles. Lots of titles."
Milito had previously said back in July that he would even dye his hair blonde if Inter won Serie A this season, telling Gazzetta dello Sport: "I would do everything even dying my hair: it washes off anyway."
The striker is not the first player at the club to talk openly of Inter's title intentions for this season, with Javier Zanetti and Juan both speaking in recent weeks of how the team have their sights set on the league title.
During his interview, Milito also took a moment to look back on Inter's Champions League triumph in 2010, when he scored twice in the final.
"The second goal relaxed us a bit. From that moment I thought 'We're close, we're close to realising a dream'," he added.
"Scoring is the pinnacle in football. Sometimes it's difficult to explain it in words. It's a moment of joy, and it's so immensely satisfying when you hit the back of the net.
"Have I kept in touch with [former coach Jose] Mourinho? Yes, I get the odd text from him. We get on really well."