Jose Mourinho is looking forward to his first season in Serie A and hopes to learn from his rival coaches.
Mourinho was away from the game for much of last term after being dismissed by Chelsea in September, but he was appointed Inter Milan boss earlier in the summer.
Despite enjoying success in Portugal and England, Mourinho is relishing the prospect of pitting his wits against some of the finest minds in football in Italy.
He believes he still has a lot to learn and wants to improve tactically during his time at the Giuseppe Meazza.
"There are many great tacticians in Italy and I am here to learn, not to act like a professor," he told the club's official website.
"Only those who think they know everything are truly ignorant. I want to learn something new every day, it's the type of person I am.
"It is a privilege for me to work in Italy and a competition like Serie A, facing teams with great coaches.
"The day I think I know everything and have nothing left to learn is the day I'll stop coaching."
Javier Zanetti, meanwhile, has praised Mourinho for the training methods he has implemented in his first few weeks in charge.
"He talks a lot with everyone, the work we're doing is really rewarding even if we can and we want to improve," said the Argentine.
"We're really happy about the type of work he's introduced and we hope it will deliver the results everyone's hoping for."
Inter have been dominant in Serie A in recent seasons and Zanetti is aiming for more success on the domestic front.
"We hope to have a lot of continuity especially in the championship, which is very long and it will be vital to have that from the off.
"As for our rivals, all the matches will be difficult. There are no easy matches in the Italian league.
"We start with a tough away trip (to Sampdoria) but we'll be in good shape when we get there."