The defender has made it clear he has yet to make a final decision on where he will end up, but stated he could move on if the Nerazzurri no longer need him
Jonathan has admitted he could leave Inter in the summer transfer window, but has stressed he is determined to finish the season on a high.
The wing-back joined Inter from Santos in the summer of 2011, but has been unable to live up to the high expectations at San Siro and is continually being linked with a move elsewhere.
“My main aim is to finish this season as strongly as possible and play even better than I did against Roma and Parma,” the Brazilian told Sport Mediaset.
“I only want to be where I’m wanted, if Inter want me to stay, then I will. I’m under contract until 2015 and we’ll see if the situation suits both parties.
“I’m waiting to finish the season and then we’ll see what happens and whether I stay here or go out on loan elsewhere. For now I’m just focused on the end of the season.”
The 27-year-old has made 20 appearances in all competitions for Inter so far this season.