Inzaghi targets Milan return
Veteran AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi is hoping to make an impact back in the first team before he retires from the game.
Inzaghi, 38, has missed a large part of 2011 after suffering a serious knee injury, but is now fully fit and ready to return to action for the defending Serie A champions, who will be without Antonio Cassano until February at the earliest.
"I've been training with the squad again for two months now. I want to make steps forward and be important for this club again. I think that I still have what it takes to do just that," Inzaghi told Il Corriere dello Sport.
"AC Milan are my top priority and I will never cause any problems for this team. I love the fans over here. I am feeling very well at the moment and it would be a real shame if I could not end my career at this club."
Inzaghi's contract ends at the end of the current campaign, with speculation rife that he will retire if he is not offered a new deal at the San Siro.