The 36-year-old coach says that the entire team believes that a top-three finish is possible but urged his players to think one match at a timeInter coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes that his side can finish third in Serie A following Wednesday's 2-1 victory against Siena.
The Nerazzurri turned the score around with a Diego Milito double after finding themselves on the back foot early on following a Gaetano D'Agostino goal.
Inter remains seventh in the Serie A table, now with 48 points, and Stramaccioni thinks that it is still possible to reach the third place, which is currently owned by Lazio on 54 points.
"We must still work hard, but right now we are doing fine," Stramaccioni told Rai Sport.
"Third place? We believe it is possible. We are not looking at the table, but thinking one match at a time."
Stramaccioni went on to praise the team's capacity to fight back and admitted that defeating Siena is not an easy accomplishment.
"We suffered a goal early in the game against one of the most in-form sides of the moment, but we showed what Inter are all about and turned the score around," the 36-year-old said.
"We had a good match and plenty of chances to score."