The Giallorossi lost ground on Serie A leaders Juventus on Monday with their 2-2 draw at AC Milan but their coach left San Siro happy with what he witnessed from his side
The Giallorossi led twice on the night - through Mattia Destro's 13th-minute goal and a second-half Kevin Strootman penalty - but were pegged back on both occasions by Cristian Zapata and Sulley Muntari.
A draw sees Roma fall five points behind leaders Juventus in Serie A but Garcia remains upbeat after the game and pointed to the positive attitude of his players throughout.
He told reporters: "We played to win and that's how I always want to see my team. Scoring two goals at AC Milan is a good thing.
"Normally you win the game with that many chances but there's nothing negative about earning a point in Milan.
"Juve or Napoli? We're looking neither forward nor backward. What matters is playing a great match on Sunday against Catania."
The result leaves Roma in second place on 38 points, three ahead of third-placed Napoli and five adrift of Juventus, but the Giallorossi are still unbeaten in Serie A this season.