Christian Eriksen has been restricted to one start since joining Inter last month, but boss Antonio Conte has called for patience.
Christian Eriksen can help to raise Inter's collective level once he adapts to the side, according to head coach Antonio Conte.
The Denmark international has featured five times for Inter since completing a reported €20m (£16.9m) move from Tottenham in the January transfer window.
He has been restricted to one start and has yet to score or assist a goal for his new club, but Conte has called for patience before seeing the best of Eriksen in an Inter shirt.
"I see too much anxiety and little serenity," he said at Wednesday's news conference. "There is great serenity on our part.
"The player wants to make himself available and we are calm.
"Every single player must think about improving himself, without thinking about who is next to him. We need individual growth, which can be put into the collective."
Conte will wait until Thursday before deciding whether to start Eriksen in the first leg of Inter's Europa League last-32 tie with Ludogorets.
Alexis Sanchez is also in line to feature from the start at Ludogorets Arena and Conte expects to see more from the on-loan forward once he gets a run of games under his belt.
"He has come back from a bad injury - he's been out for three months," Conte told reporters.
"He is recovering well and is ready to start the game. We are talking about a player who hasn't played much in the last two years.
"He has to find the best physical shape and in this way it can help us achieve our goals."
Inter make the trip to Bulgaria on the back of just a second Serie A loss of the campaign last weekend, a 2-1 defeat to Lazio seeing them drop to third in Serie A.
"We were disappointed by the result, but not the performance," Conte said. "Lazio are one of the form sides in Italy right now.
"We put in a good performance and resume with our belief and our desire to improve - that must be our only objective.
"We're in Europe and it's right to give it our best, respect the competition as much as possible."