Former Roma striker Edin Dzeko discussed his tenure at the club, which came to an end earlier this month.
The Bosnian striker departed after six seasons in the Italian capital in favor of joining Inter on a two-year contract.
“Roma will always be a piece of my heart because we spent six years together, which is no small feat,” he said to DAZN.
“My three children were born in Rome and, above all, for them it will be their number one home.”
“Roma gave me a lot and I will always cheer for my former teammates. I want them to do well for 36 games a year, excluding those against Inter.“
“We experienced six very important years together and it was an incredible experience.”