Roma coach Zdenek Zeman has expressed that while the start of the season is a period of adjustment for all teams, he wants to a positive attitude from his team in their clash with Inter Milan on Sunday.
Confident in the quality and depth of his squad, the veteran coach believes that Roma have done the best business in the transfer market this summer. Speaking to asroma.it, he maintained that his team could be the best team in the league if they perform as a unit.
“[Inter] have said goodbye to a number of players who helped to write the club’s recent history,” said Zeman, who is seemingly unperturbed by the threat posed by the opposition and is concentrating only on what he wants to see from his own players.
"Nothing in particular [worries me about Inter], because what I’m interested in is that my team will go to Milan and try and win the game,” he continued.
“I think we held back a bit too much against Catania. I want the team to go for it tomorrow. Inter are a big team but we have to try and cause them problems without waiting for them to come at us."