The former Stuttgart midfielder is keen to win silverware with the Giuseppe Meazza side, and has stated that German football is more physical than the Italian game
The Nerazzurri beat Bayern Munich 2-0 in the final of the Champions League in May 2010 to cap their most successful season ever, and Kuzmanovic is desperate to add more silverware to the club's trophy cabinet in the years to come.
"I dream of winning. The ultimate success would be a repeat of what Inter did in May 2010," the Serbian midfielder told Inter Channel.
"But for now we need to think about what we can do, in terms of Serie A and the Coppa Italia. Personally, I will give everything for as long as I'm at the club."
The former Stuttgart star then went on to discuss the differences between German and Italian football, stating that the former is much more physical.
"They're very, very different. In Germany, they work more on fitness and running, and do less on technique and tactics.
"Plus, whereas Inter is a big club, Stuttgart aren't considered a big club in Germany and so the targets are different accordingly."