Updated: Jun 1
Eriksen signed a four-and-a-half-year deal at Inter in January.
Christian Eriksen stats at the San Siro so far haven't at its best.
Midfielder Christian Eriksen is planning to establish himself as a top player at Inter Milan when the Serie A campaign resumes. Football in Italy has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, but reports suggest it is edging closer to action, with most clubs returning to individual training this week. Eriksen joined the Nerazzurri from north London club Spurs in the January transfer window, signing a four-and-a-half year deal, but has failed to make a major impact at the San Siro after playing only eight games. However, the Denmark international is determined to become a regular under Antonio Conte. "I love to play football," he wrote in an Instagram Q&A held by DR Sporten.
More: Tottenham winger Moura: 'Our objective is the top four.' "That must be my biggest motivation. The next goal is to be a regular man here at Inter." Asked if he is looking to leave the Italian giants Inter, the Dane responded: "No, not really." Eriksen, 28, also revealed he has been keeping his fitness up during the isolation, adding: "Work out every day, every other day with the team on Zoom and the other days self-training."