Inter chief's run continues
Andrea Stramaccioni's bid to become permanent Inter coach gathered pace with a 2-1 win over Cesena that maintains his unbeaten record.
Stramaccioni replaced Claudio Ranieri at the end of March and has guided the team to four wins and two draws from his six games in charge so far.
President Massimo Moratti has previously confirmed he is keen to appoint Stramaccioni on a permanent basis.
However, when quizzed on his San Siro future, the 36-year-old was non-committal, joking: "Will I stay? It depends, my 12 agents have to negotiate my salary."
Speaking about Sunday's game, he added: "We saw the best Inter today, as we created so many chances despite the fact we initially went behind.
"Of course we can do better, as we concede goals too easily, but we are working on this."