Inter young star Martin Satriano has admitted that he is 'flattered' by the recent transfer rumours that have linked him with a potential move to the Premier League.
Satriano joined Inter after leaving his homeland in January 2020, and he has been in great form for Inter's youth side, scoring six goals in ten appearances whilst playing up front.
He is yet to make his senior debut, yet Antonio Conte has been hinting at a possible chance for him to showcase his abilities, being on the bench for three Serie A games this season.
The Uruguayan has admitted that he is fully aware of the recent transfer speculation that has surrounded him, and that he is keen to play in the Premier League in the future, in a report released by the Daily Mail.
"It is always flattering, yes. It is a sign that I am doing things well and that I have to continue down that path," he said, adding "I try to use it as an incentive to keep working and be better every day."
"The Premier League is the number one league in the world in terms of competition, that I think all the players want to play, I think all the teams are very good."
Whilst admitting that the Premier League is very competitive and that he would like to play there in the future, he also dismissed these rumours and insisted that he wants to stay at Inter.
"It is a very competitive league where any team can beat anyone. But for now I am totally focused on Inter and to do the best with them."
Satriano has been training with the senior side recently, and he has been full of praise at the fact that he gets with several top players, including Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.
"The truth is that training with the first team is something that I really enjoy."
He added "Training with top-level players every day is something very nice, which helps me a lot to improve my game, since I train at a very high intensity and with great players."
"Sharing the pitch with players like Lautaro and Romelu is something very good as today they are the best forwards in Serie A and among the best in the world."
Concluding, he said "I always try to look at them, listen to them and try to do all the good things they do on the pitch."