By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Palacio and Cassano joined Milito at the Nerazzurri during the summer and the added support in attack for the Argentinian striker has yielded fruit, with the trio already scoring 20 goals between them in all competitions so far.
The new found verve in attack has served Inter very well this season; the Milan based club are currently second in the table and merely one point behind league leaders Juventus.
Milito, who scored 26 times for Inter in their last campaign, has once again found himself in the limelight after having already found the back of the net seven times for his club this season, but the 33-year-old was quick to credit both Palacio and Cassano for their contributions as well.
"Throughout my career I have always adapted to any partner," Milito told Inter Channel.
"Now I'm playing with Rodrigo and Antonio, and they have been a great advantage to us.
"They have helped me greatly and scored plenty of goals themselves.
"Playing alongside players like them makes it a lot easier for me - it's great."
Milito, who joined Inter in 2009 and was a integral part of the historic team under former manager Jose Mourinho which won the Serie A, Coppa Italia and the Champions League in 2010, was also quick to downplay comparisons between the players in that treble-winning side and the current outfit.
"That squad is a vintage that will be hard to repeat," Milito added.
"But we are doing our best and always try to improve."
Milito, Cassano and Palacio will be in action for Inter when they take on Atalanta in their next Serie A fixture.