The prolific striker is very pleased at the Giuseppe Meazza outfit, and was over the moon with his side's win over Chievo on SundayDiego Milito has made it clear that he is happy with life at Inter and is determined to stay at the Nerazzurri until the end of his current contract.
The Argentine attacker has recently been linked with a return to his native country, but Milito has no intention to move any time soon.
"I love it here at Inter and I intend to stay until my contract expires in 2014," the 33-year-old was quoted as saying on the club's official website.
"Anything can happen in football though, it also depends on what the club want to do."
Milito netted once in Inter's 3-1 Serie A win over Chievo on Sunday, and the striker was very pleased to score again after a one-month spell on the sidelines.
"We're happy with the win and I'm pleased to be back. It's so hard being out: I'm doubly pleased. It was an important win tonight, now we need to keep going."
Inter have climbed to fourth spot in the table following this weekend's results.