Inter president Massimo Moratti has pledged his support to under-pressure coach Andrea Stramaccioni after two straight Serie A defeats.
The San Siro outfit currently sit seventh in the table following back-to-back losses to Atalanta and Cagliari but the 67-year-old is confident the players will turn it around.
"Stramaccioni? I can not help but support him with all the difficulties he encountered in the course of this season," the 67-year-old told reporters.
"You can not say that it is the fault of the coach or any player. [Jose] Mourinho said to me how could I stay here with everyone against me. I told him that's exactly where the beauty of Inter lies.
"The team know how I feel and what their duties are. They're responsible lads, they'll do what they have to do."
Inter face Roma in the Coppa Italia semi-final second leg on Wednesday. They lost the first leg 2-1 in the Italian capital.