By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Serbian played for just two seasons with the Nerazzurri before retiring in 2006. But he has continued to follow the club and stated his disappointment at finding that they have already suffered two defeats from their first four games.
Inter coach Andrea Stramaccioni, in his first full season in charge, has carried out an overhaul of the playing squad that has seen five new players brought into the first team. Mihajlovic believes that the new players are still getting used to the Inter system and remains optimistic that the talent within the squad could yet help the club muster a title charge in the 2012/13 season.
"There is always a lot of pressure in Nerazzurro," Mihajlovic stated.
"I don't think it is a coincidence that results have not arrived since Jose Mourinho left the club.
"Stramaccioni is a young coach and he'll do well. Despite the results so far, Inter have what is needed to get back into the group of Scudetto challengers. They'll have a good season."
Inter play Chievo on Wednesday and will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Siena over the weekend.