Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni concedes it's been a dismal campaign.
Stramaccioni's future is hanging by a thread after Sunday's home thrashing by Udinese.
"Is it a relief now that the season is over? The last two months have been extremely tough for us. We've tried to just get on with it but it's been very tough. The most important thing we can do now is turn the page on a very negative season in which all sorts of things have happened.
"Has Moratti given me guarantees? Inter is Massimo Moratti. Yesterday he paid us a visit in Appiano even though he wasn't very well, showing us how much he loves this club. What matters most now is that we don't get anything wrong in building the new Inter. Everything is in the head and the words of our president."