The former Arsenal forward reflected positively on his side's season but does not believe the team had enough depth to challenge Juventus throughout the campaignRoma forward Gervinho admits his side did not have enough strength in depth to challenge Juventus for the Serie A title this season.
Despite winning their first 10 games of the season and going unbeaten for a further seven before suffering their first defeat at the hands of Juve, Roma ceded the league title to Antonio Conte's men last week.
Gervinho, one of the star performers for the runners-up this term, believes the Bianconeri simply had a more complete squad than Roma, who still, he insists, enjoyed a successful season.
"It has been a positive campaign in the sense that our objective was to get back into Europe. We achieved that," he told Roma Channel.
"We could’ve done better, but we are satisfied. The Scudetto was decided by details. We have a good squad but perhaps not complete enough to be competitive throughout the whole season.
"We gave our all but Juve had more strength in depth."
The 26-year-old says the campaign has been positive for him, adding that he is very content in the Italian capital.
"I think nine goals is a good tally and I can improve, as I created so many scoring opportunities that I didn’t take. It was a good season and I concentrated on giving my best for the team.
"The most important goal was the one against Juventus in the Coppa Italia. It might not have been the most beautiful goal, but it was the most important.
"If I had to choose the best goal, then I’ll say the one against Bologna. I hope to score against Juventus again this weekend."
The former Arsenal man admits he feels "important" at Roma and cited the influence of his coach at Lille in luring him to Serie A.
"I knew that Rudi Garcia would give me a lot of responsibility and believed in me, so that influenced my decision to come here.
"I have to say I am also satisfied to have provided 10 assists, as that was an objective I had set myself this season. I wanted to score more goals, but the coach told me to help my team-mates score too.
"I have a good rapport with all my team-mates and we joke around, even with the gardeners. Trigoria is like a second family.
"I am happy to be a part of this club and hope we can achieve many more satisfying moments together next year. We’ll try to return after the holidays stronger than ever."
As the World Cup approaches, Gervinho was asked if he would prefer to win the summer's big prize or the Champions League with Roma.
"Why choose?" he replied. "I’d like to win with Roma and the Ivory Coast! Next season we need an even stronger side for the Champions League, so some new players to be even more competitive.
"We don’t just want to take part in this tournament, as we want to go as far as possible."