Milan Skriniar believes Inter are ‘capable’ of finally ending their trophy drought under Antonio Conte.
Conte was appointed Inter’s new Coach last week, while the Nerazzurri have not won any silverware since the 2010-11 Coppa Italia.
“I haven’t met Conte yet because when he was announced as our new Coach, us players were no longer in Italy,” Skriniar told reporters from the Slovakia camp.
“Still, with his arrival there will be new challenges and expectations. He and Inter are capable of winning a trophy together.”
The defender recently signed a new contract with the club until 2023.
“We managed to get into the Champions League, which is a great thing, but the end of the season was tough,” he admitted.
“Luckily we finished fourth and that’s fine, but we could’ve finished higher; unfortunately, like last season, we couldn’t avoid a slump and we dropped points.”