Earlier this week, when asked whether he will be around to spearhead a European campaign next term, Ibra merely said: "We will see."
"When he said 'we'll see,' he just meant that first there is a Scudetto and a Coppa Italia to win before we think about the Champions League," agent Mino Raiola said.
"If you ask me whether he was angry at the Champions League elimination then I would say yes, very angry.
"He feels gutted, perhaps more than the others because he is still lacking a Champions League medal and he wants it at all costs.
"But he has a four-year contract and for now we will respect that - there is no problem.
"Either Inter will sell him or he will see out his deal. He won't be leaving unless the Biscioni want him to.
"Since his arrival in Italy, Zlatan has never had any problems with Coaches and they have appreciated his professionalism and dedication."