Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari says his determination and hard work has turned around his fortunes with Inter Milan.
The enforcer has came under severe criticism from the Italian club's fans after some unimpressive performances since the start of the season. He was even booed off after he was substituted in a league match at the start of the month but the Ghanaian has improved his performances since then.
Muntari netted the opening goal last night as Serie a reigning champions Inter defeated Catania 2-1 at the San Siro to move two points clear at the top of the standings. The ex-Udinese man has found himself on the receiving end of some abuse by the Nerazzurri supporters in recent weeks due to his poor start to the campaign and is now hoping the tide will start turning.
“I crossed for Samuel [Eto’o], he didn’t touch the ball and the pitch was wet and it slipped in: I had been looking for this goal for a long time,” he admitted to the Inter Channel.
“I always try and do well for my team. I am happy. I dedicate this goal to my girlfriend. "I always want to improve and if you do things well for this team, the results will follow.
“I have trained as best as I could this week, hence I am really happy.” Muntari has even been linked with a move away from the club, but he insist he will stay to fight for his position.
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