By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Nerazzurri finished sixth in Serie A last season in a year of unrest that saw four different coaches at the helm of the club.
Leonardo resigned before the campaign kicked off and was replaced by Gian Piero Gasperini, who lasted just five games before being sacked after leading the side to one draw and four defeats.
Experienced Italian tactician Claudio Ranieri then took over but failed to fare any better and was replaced by youth coach Andrea Stramaccioni at the end of March.
Last season was also the first time since 2003 the club ended the season emptyhanded, and Cambiasso, who has won 15 titles with Inter, admitted he was disappointed with the way the year panned out, although he insists the club must now put that behind them.
"There was pain and disappointment at [last season's] outcome but the love for this team has never faded," the Argentine told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"What happened last year is now the past. Now it all starts again from scratch."
Cambiasso also revealed he has never been tempted to leave the club despite receiving several offers, and was not disturbed by criticism from the fans at various points last season.
"I am happy at Inter though I have received offers from other clubs, both before and after our treble season in 2010," he added.
"If you do not feel challenged to perform and start to relax, it is not good. I still hear the love from the Inter fans, in the past, and now."
Stramaccioni, who has since been handed the Inter job on a full-time basis, has already bolstered his squad ahead of the new campaign by signing ex-Udinese goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and Argentinean forward Rodrigo Palacio from Genoa.