Rudi Garcia's side pulled themselves closer to Juve with three games left to play and the Bosnia international insists they are still determined to catch the leaders
Miralem Pjanic insists Roma will do everything they can to beat Juventus to the title.
The Giallorossi pulled to within five points of the league leaders following their 2-0 win over AC Milan on Friday night, with Antonio Conte's side still to play Sassuolo on Monday.
And with just three weeks left of the campaign, Roma could pull themselves even closer to the Bianconeri when the two sides meet in the penultimate game of the season.
"We’ll end the season on a high, then see what Juve do. If they win, the chances will be minimal," Pjanic told Roma's official TV channel.
"We’ve got to keep giving joy to our fans, as this has been a wonderful season. It’s a shame we're not top after everything we’ve achieved.
"We’ll do everything to catch Juventus in the remaining three games. There is such a great atmosphere around the team and an incredible season. We want to continue like this.
"It was a great game, a great goal, so I am even happier for this victory."
Roma continue their title challenge next weekend with a trip to Catania.