The Nerazzurri have been in limbo for much of the last few years but after regularly changing managers now appear to have the right man in charge in Luciano Spalletti.
He has already had an impact, and Inter currently sit top of the Serie A standings, a point clear of Napoli and two above Juventus.
Vecino was one of a number of new arrivals in the summer and has formed a strong partnership with Roberto Gagliardini and former Fiorentina colleague Borja Valero.
The Uruguayan says confidence is high within the squad but he insists they are refusing to look past their goal of finishing in the top four.
He told Arco de Sport 890: “The team came from a series of bad seasons and this year the goal is to qualify for the Champions League. We have started very well.”
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