Diego Milito is confident that Inter can get a win when they take on League leaders and Italian champions Juventus on Saturday.
Inter have yet to beat Juve in Turin since the Calciopoli storm of 2006, but they will arrive at the Juventus Stadium on the back of six straight victories in Serie A.
“I don’t think it is a psychological issue playing in Turin,” Milito told Tuttosport. “These are really difficult games and we’ve always taken on excellent Juventus sides.
“We are in good shape and we are confident that we will go to Turin to play a good game and cause them problems.”
Inter are second in the standings, four points adrift of the Old Lady.
“The game itself will tell us whether we are the anti-Juventus,” Milito added. “We are certainly on the right road, but we still have to grow. In the meantime, we are having an excellent campaign.
“It’s an important match, but not decisive. We are only in Week 11. The four-point gap is not a lot and it is not little.
“Juventus are having an extraordinary season and, if they continue like this, then it will be hard to catch them.”
Milito is still Inter’s main goal threat after his arrival at the club from Genoa in the summer of 2009.
“I’m really happy at Inter and there is still plenty of time until my contract expires in 2014. We’ll see what happens, but I’m sure that Inter will be my last European club.”
Think you know your Italian football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG's World Cup tipster competition - £10,000 to be won!