Former Manchester United captain Ashley Young has admitted that he is pushing to remain at Inter Milan for another season, Team Talk reported.
Young joined Inter in January 2020 for a fee of £1.28million after enjoying nine seasons of football with Manchester United where he made 261 appearances and scored 19 goals in the process.
ring 19 goals, but his new challenge in Italy has got the winger-turned-defender wanting more.
The 34-year-old told Corriere Della Sera: “I want to stay and win. I’m learning the language, the people are very passionate. When you talk, you actually scream.”
Young has now featured in six games across all competitions for the Serie A giants and he has extended his gratitude to manager Antonio Conte.
“When Conte called me, I immediately felt his passion, he transmitted it to me,” he said. “It was a good opportunity and I said: ‘I’m going there, I want to be part of something great," Young said.
“He’s not sitting down for even moment, but seeing him like that is a boost for the players. He has a winning mentality, he is a born winner and a fighter.”