Inter resume their Serie A campaign on Thursday, looking to strengthen their grip on top spot with victory at Bologna.
Simone Inzaghi's side were victorious in their last seven Serie A games before the winter break, and sit four points clear of city rivals Milan.
The Nerazzurri kept six clean sheets in those seven successive victories and arguably look a stronger, more cohesive unit than the side Antonio Conte led to the title last season.
Here's how they could line up at the Renato Dall'Ara Stadium.
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Samir Handanovic (GK) - The veteran Slovenian stopper looked back to his best before the break, having endured a rocky start to the season. The pressure is on with Andre Onana's arrival from Ajax set to be confirmed.
Milan Skriniar (CB) - Still only 26, Skriniar is as comfortable on the ball as they come and never afraid to put his body on the line.
Stefan de Vrij (CB) - The leader at the heart of the Inter backline, De Vrij is the one who sets the example.
Alessandro Bastoni (CB) - The junior figure in Inter's defence, 22-year-old Bastoni is already a classy operator.
2. Wing-backs & midfielders
Denzel Dumfries (RWB) - Has made the right wing-back position his own with a number of superb performances. A real goal threat.
Nicolo Barella (CM) - Rested for the win over Torino prior to the winter hiatus, Barella is certain to slot back in if fit.
Marcelo Brozovic (CM) - Anyone in search of a masterclass in how to play the No.6 position? Just watch the Croatian each week.
Hakan Calhanoglu (CM) - After some initial scepticism over his arrival from rivals Milan, Calhanoglu is shining brightly in blue and black.
Ivan Perisic (LWB) - Great in 1v1 situations and gives Inter greater attacking thrust on the left-hand side.
Alexis Sanchez (ST) - The absence of Edin Dzeko should afford Sanchez the opportunity to prove he's still got it.
Lautaro Martinez (ST) - Inter's leading light seems to complement whoever he plays with up front. One of the best in Serie A.