Diego Milito: Inter Will Fight For The Champions League, Scudetto & Coppa Italia

Both men have been unveiled by the Nerazzurri during a lunch-time press conference at Appiano Gentile...
Diego Milito have been unveiled officially by the Nerazzurri under the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho who was their to oversee the press conference.

The striker's aim is to win the Champions League as he gives a 360 degree view on his new team and their ambitions for the coming season.

"First of all I am very happy and delighted to have arrived. Its a massive club and everyone has welcomed us the coach, players club. We spoke to the boss and he welcomed us to the team," Milito told Sky Sport Italia.

"We are now learning how to work alongside him and we are looking forward to a good season. I think its a new way of working for us. we have been doing plenty of physical work and work with the ball.

"This is an important squad with great players who have welcome us and we are delighted. We want to help the team win many trophies."

With trophies being the talking point, Milito is aiming high as he hopes to fire the team to Champions League glory.

"I think Inter can win many titles and we hope to have a good season. Champions League? Inter are a great side and every big team who plays in all the big competitions look to win it," added the hitman.

"It's not easy to win the Champions League. We will fight to win all the competitions."

Milito then took the opportunity to heap praise on former club Genoa following his great season there.

"I am liking everything and it's different compared to what we did last year at Genoa," continued Milito.

"I left Genoa and that was my home. I want to thank the Grifoni and the fans for everything. I will always be grateful to them. I was well there and I hope the club do well. I wish them the best."

Thiago Motta, who also arrived from Genoa, gave his first impressions.

"I am happy and I want to thank the club for this chance. Now we have to work hard and prepare for the upcoming season," added the Italo-Brazilian

"We are here to improve the squad and it's important to prepare well so we are ready for everything."

Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com