Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni believes his team are heading in the right direction after winning in Europe and moving up the Serie A table.
The Nerazzurri take on Bologna this weekend and hope to gain another vital three points.
“I am only interested in seeing the team grow game by game,” he told the press.
“We won a difficult match against Partizan Belgrade when under pressure in the first half. For now we are on the right track, but we haven’t achieved anything yet and the grit I saw in training today is proof we want to do better.
“So far we have done well with three attacking players and only shelved that approach against Chievo, so I don’t see why I should change. Antonio is doing better than anyone at the moment.
“It’s a shame about Coutinho’s injury, as he is a lovely boy and was really sad. He had been proving what a great prospect he is for the future of Inter. However, as with Sneijder, Inter cannot depend on two players and must do well without them.
“We have changed a great deal in a short space of time, so cannot be ready at the top level yet. What interests me is not seeing the same mistakes and in that sense we have grown a lot.
“I lived there [Bologna] from 14 to 18 and became a man. The Dall’Ara is the stadium I dreamed of playing in as a boy. I didn’t get there as a player, but now I am happy to step on to that turf as the coach of Inter.
“Bologna have always done well on home turf and Stefano Pioli ensured they always take an attacking approach to every game. It will require concentration and I’m sure this is going to be an entertaining game.”
Source: Forza Italian Football – FC Inter News