The Nerazzurri midfielder believes his relationship with the Serie A side will never sour, and revealed he has already had talks with president Massimo Moratti over a new deal
Inter midfielder Esteban Cambiasso has claimed that he will sign any contract that is put in front of him.
The Argentine has been at San Siro since 2004 after joining from Real Madrid, and was crucial in helping the club lift the Champions League under Jose Mourinho in 2010.
His current deal with the Nerazzurri expires in 2014, but Cambiasso has made it crystal clear that he wants to extend his stay with the Serie A side.
“I’m just thinking about playing,” the 32-year-old told FC Inter News on Friday. “The president knows that we can sort my contract out in 30 seconds.
“As has always happened, they’ll call me in and I’ll sign whatever they want me to.
“I’ve spoken to Massimo Moratti. My relationship with Inter can never go bad so we’ll deal with this at the right time.
“I’ll never have problems with Inter.”
Cambiasso has made 28 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring three goals in the process.