The Frenchman has urged his side to fight for maximum points against the Viola on Sunday and is confident they can put on a good show for supportersRoma boss Rudi Garcia says he wants "11 wolves" on the pitch when his side take on Fiorentina on Sunday.
Four consecutive draws have seen the Giallorossi fall six points behind Juventus at the top of the Serie A table, and Garcia has called on his side to fight for a much-needed win against Vincenzo Montella's charges in what he believes is likely to be an entertaining encounter.
"We have to play like we played the last half-hour in Bergamo. The goal is to play well and win against Fiorentina," he said on Saturday.
"On paper we see two teams who are playing well and have the ability to score. But football is strange, you can end up with a bad 0-0.
"First I want to win, then I hope we see an interesting show for the fans. I play for their happiness and nothing else.
"We are ready, we are unbeaten at home and there will be 50,000 spectators. I hope we see 11 wolves on the pitch, that's for sure."
Juventus moved six clear at the league summit with a 2-0 win over Bologna on Friday - although they have played a game more - but Garica insists he will not become distracted by the impressive form of the champions.
"We're not interested in the results of others, only those of Roma. This is the most important thing and that's why we need to focus only on our game," he added.