(ANSA) – ROME, MARCH 15 – “It was a difficult year, in December I was full of thoughts but not because I wanted to escape. I really wanted to fight for my place, I was sure that if my chance came I would try to take it. I feel I have. ” This is how Christian Eriksen recounts, in an interview with the Danish broadcaster Sport Tv2, his last months at Inter, from the hypothesis of his sale in January to becoming a fundamental pawn for Conte’s team. “It was mentally difficult. Being an Inter player has always been nice, but the best moment is being able to play more. I was good at isolating myself and concentrating – continues the Inter midfielder -. For many days after training and I trained more games, a free kick, a shot on goal or something else. ” It was from a punishment, the one scored against Milan in the Italian Cup, that the spark was triggered. “It started with the goal against Milan, people started looking at me with different eyes. It helped the way people looked at things from the outside. I had proof that I can still play football well,” concludes Eriksen . (HANDLE).