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Winning one trophy doesn't change anything because I want to win many more.

Winning helps to win. The Super Coppa has left us with great enthusiasm, so despite some tiredness, we have trained well for the next goal.

We have not been consistent, but the ups and downs are a problem that everyone has had, as the scores confirm. Almost everyone scores goals, there has been little preparation and there are a lot of games, resulting in mental fatigue.

We are working hard, the lack of continuity made us lose points.

Chiellini has gritted his teeth on Wednesday, he was coming from a long period of inactivity but he is recovering very well. We have almost all the injured players back available, including Demiral.

When you play with the attitude we had on Wednesday night, you overcome the slightest mistakes and the results will come. Having said that, we can improve in everything, we talked about it this morning.

Chiesa can play on the left but also come inside when Cristiano goes wide: it's important for us that the positions are filled.

McKennie is giving us a lot, he has incredible movements between the lines.

Mihajlovic gave us a great lesson at the coaches' course at Coverciano last year, but it doesn't necessarily means that I know everything about Bologna now.

Szczesny will start tomorrow.

Kulusevski is having a great season, he's an intelligent and ambitious guy. He could start tomorrow.

We're one of the best defences in the league, but it's hard to finish a game without conceding. But it's still a fundamental phase, usually the best defends win the Scudetto.

Dejan can play in several roles, as a second striker but also as a midfielder. Right now, as a second striker, he's freer to move and feels more comfortable.

I have been working since day one with the same enthusiasm and desire. I know I have to improve and that I and the team can grow. Winning one trophy doesn't change anything because I want to win many more.

The race for the title is between the top five or six teams, but at the moment we have to beat Milan because they are in the lead. We're thinking about winning games, with many direct clashes in Turin, then we'll see where we are in April.

I don't really look at the data, but I pay attention to how we keep the ball and occupy the pitch. The objective is to keep possession, run less and break quickly, keeping the opponents in their half.