Asamoah looks ahead to Serie A and Champions League action after international break

The Inter Milan man speaks ahead of Saturday's league fixture against Frosinone and their last two group games in the European inter-club competition

Inter Milan ace Kwadwo Asamoah wants the club to put recent disappointments behind as action resumes after the Fifa international break on Saturday.

The Nerazzurri are hoping to return to winning ways, having failed to pick three points in this season's Uefa Champions League group stage for the first time by a 1-1 draw with Barcelona earlier this month, before a 4-1 humiliation at the hands of Atalanta in Serie A.

Luciano Spalletti's outfit are set to host Frosinone for a league fixture on Saturday before next week's Champions League trip to Tottenham Hotspur.

"In football anything can happen and we’re constantly looking ahead," Asamoah said on Wednesday, as reported by his club's official website.

"We’re working hard to improve game by game.

"We’ll have to approach the match against Frosinone the same way we would approach a Champions League match in order to forget about what happened in Bergamo [against Atalanta].

"With just two games left, we want to qualify from our group in the Champions League.

"We’ve still got a long way to go in the league, however."

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Inter currently sit third on the Serie A standings. In the Champions League, they hold the second spot on Group B's table with two more rounds of matches to go.

Asamoah has been a key figure in Spalletti's set-up since completing a summer move from Juventus.

He has so far played in all but two of the Nerazzurri's 12 league games so far this season, in addition to four outings in the Champions League. 

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