Emiliano Viviano has placed his full trust in Inter over his future after returning from a co-ownership deal at Bologna.
The Emiliani wanted to keep hold of the Italy international, 25, but an error in last Friday's blind auction saw the Milanese giants take him back in €4.1 million deal for 50 percent of his rights.
Speculation has surrounded his future here on as Viviano recently claimed he would not be back-up to Julio Cesar, leading to speculation Roma wanted him.
However, he is waiting to see how things turn out from now until the end of the transfer window.
"I am tranquil and I completely trust Inter," he told Ansa.it.
"I was taken back by Inter, and I see this as a professional step in my career. I have faith in the directors here."
Inter have not made clear what they intend to do with the Italy number two, but he wants regular action to guarantee a place at Euro 2012.