Posted on Apr 13
Uruguayan striker Diego Forlan wants to stay at Inter Milan and prove he belongs at San Siro despite a frustrating first season.
"I want to stay at Inter. You haven't seen the real Forlan yet," the 32-year-old told Sky Sports.
"I wouldn't want to leave Inter like this. I like challenges and I wouldn't want to leave when the team are not in a good position."
Inter are currently six points off third place in Serie A, the final qualifying spot for the Champions League, after a disappointing campaign in which Forlan has struggled.
The player of the tournament at the 2010 World Cup, where Uruguay reached the semi-finals, Forlan missed four months through injury and has often been jeered by the Inter fans when he has played.
"I have had difficult moments like this in my career," he said.
"I need to work hard to change things."