AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf wants his side to keep building consistency after getting two wins from his two Serie A games in charge.
The Dutchman took the reins at San Siro following the sacking of Massimiliano Allegri, with the Rossoneri well down the table following a poor start to the season.
However, Seedorf has been impressed with the attitude his players have shown and believes the team's progress will soon start to show.
"It's important to take it day by day," he told reporters on Friday.
"I see enthusiasm and willingness in the team to learn and improve. All the ingredients are there to be able to grow and improve.
"We now need to find a consistency in both our results and our play. It will be nice to get back to San Siro in front of our fans, who have always supported us even through times of difficulty."
Milan face Torino on Saturday at San Siro and though Seedorf is full of admiration for Giampiero Ventura's men's style of play, he is confident that they can deal with the threat they pose.
"We have analysed their team and we are trying to prepare how best to deal with what they have to offer," he said.
"We're also working on our strengths then we'll just see which team plays better.
"I've always liked Ventura's teams. They always have lots of possession. They are having a great season.
"Torino are a very pragmatic team so we need to have a very clear idea of what we want to do in the game."