The attacking midfielder moved to Serie A from Lyon in the summer and, despite a slow start to the season for Luis Enrique's men, believes his side have improved of late
The Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder joined Luis Enrique's men from Lyon in the summer, and despite the capital-city side having a shaky start to the campaign, he feels they are improving.
“We are on the right track and we new players have also settled in now. The whole squad will improve and start winning, hopefully from [Saturday] evening in Novara," he told Il Messaggero.
Pjanic has been used as both a midfielder and attacker since moving to Italy, mainly dependant on Francesco Totti's fitness levels, but the 21-year-old is happy wherever he is utilised.
The young star is also unworried by his failure to score for his new club.
“I feel good both as a trequartista and in midfield. I am also happy to have already provided three assists," he insisted.
“The first goal is close, but it will never be an obsession as far as I am concerned. I am more interested in Roma’s results."
Roma currently sit in 13th place in Serie A, but three points against Novara on Saturday can lift them into the top half of the table.