Eusebio Di Francesco's men neutralised Lionel Messi's threats in the second leg of their quarter-final fixture to progress past Barcelona.
And as they prepare for the first leg at Anfield, the Serie A outfit are set to keep their former talisman quiet, the same way they handled the Argentine superstar.
"Our belief this season comes from the philosophy of football that the coach gives us. Roma must never change their way of thinking, no matter the opponent," he said.
"Di Francesco is a very European coach, he always asks us to dominate the game with pressing and intensity. It’s also true that we ought to have another six or seven points in Serie A, but when we play in the Champions League, it does bring something more out of us.”