France captain Patrick Vieira has revealed that intends to finish his career with Italian champions Inter.
Vieira has had a frustrating season with injuries but he is back in the side for the climax to the season.
The 31-year-old midfielder joined Inter in 2006 after his previous club Juventus were demoted for match-fixing.
Asked Gazzetta dello Sport if he wanted to stay at Inter, he replied: “Yes, without a shadow of doubt.
“I am really at ease here from all points of view. On the technical level we have all it takes to continue to dominate the championship.”
Vieira described this weekend’s derby against arch-rivals Milan as special.
“We’re playing for the title and them for a place in the Champions League, what an atmosphere!” he said.
“I’m loving the pressure, it’s this type of match that I live for.”
Vieira put his injury problems down to bad luck and dismissed concerns over his long-term fitness.
“At Arsenal I never had any problems. It makes me laugh when I hear that I have to chose which matches I play in,” he added.
“I train every day to play in every match and the more I play the better I feel.”