Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss retains his ambition.
The former Italy international goalkeeper was a surprise appointment to begin with after the summer takeover, and had only a week to prepare for the season.
Despite his lack of success at Molineux, Zenga remains upbeat, and has not given up hope of managing Italian giants Inter Milan one day.
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Walter Zenga
Zenga though is realistic, and admits he must put himself in a position to earn such a role.
Speaking to Italian website Tuttomercatoweb, Zenga said: "Inter? I have to make my way and I will continue to do so. If you do not build your well, it's hard to talk about tomorrow."
Zenga's priority has to be finding a new club at a lower level, and sticking around.
His managerial career so far has been a string of appointments which have lasted little longer than 12 months, and often not even that long.
It is going to be quite a climb to ascend to managing one of Italy's top clubs, but such is Inter Milan's descent since 2010, that they are hardly considered one of these nowadays, currently in seventh place in Serie A.