Inter forward Mauro Zarate is looking for improvement after conceding his form has been substandard this term.
The 24-year-old joined Inter from Lazio on a season-long loan in the mid-year transfer window, but has been unable to make an impact at the Serie A giants.
Zarate has scored just one goal for Claudio Ranieri’s side this season and the Argentine is determined to rediscover his attacking nous.
“I would have liked to have accomplished much more in these first few months at Inter than I have done. I certainly wish I had done better, scoring more goals,” Zarate said to Sky Sport Italia.
“I think everyone can see a person who wants to improve day by day and who always tries to do his best. But as I said before, I’m not decisive enough in the box.”
“Is the thought of setting up goals something that can make me feel complete or does it detract from my instinct for scoring? I don’t think it detracts from my quality, it’s simply that at certain times during a game I find myself looking for a team-mate to pass or cross to rather than taking on an opponent and going for goal.”
Inter can make Zarate’s stay at the club permanent at the end of the season for a fee of 15 million euros.