The manager is looking forward to his side's Champions League campaign next term but wants to pick up some silverware at the Stadio Olimpico after finishing second in Serie ARoma boss Rudi Garcia is aiming for silverware next season after leading the club back to the Champions League group stage.
The capital club finished second to Juventus in Serie A and were eliminated from the Coppa Italia at the semi-final stage by eventual winners Napoli.
Garcia is looking forward to their European campaign but is eager to add a trophy to his CV at the Stadio Olimpico.
"Next year I want to win a title," he told La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
"It will not be the Champions League, where we are aiming to get out of the group, but the league or Coppa Italia.
"In Europe we are in the fourth pot, hopefully in a good draw. They will be big matches, especially at the Stadio Olimpico."
Roma finished some 17 points behind Juventus in Garcia's first season in Serie A, but were still seven ahead of Napoli, who have to qualify for the Champions League via a play-off round.