Inter captain Javier Zanetti has not subscribed to the idea that the Scudetto score has been settled following the 2-0 derby win over Milan.
A nine-point margin separates the league leaders from the second-place Rossoneri. It's the upshot of a dandy performance against their historic rivals from across town. But, Zanetti believes the result on Sunday was not the bottom line in terms of the title race.
"Inter gave out a big signal yesterday. However, the league is still open," Zanetti told Sky Sport Italia.
"There are still many games to go and I think Milan will remain with a chance until the end like us.
"It was a nice win, an important one as we showed great character and personality. We deserved to win. We showed the will to win from start to finish."
Zanetti has hailed the team, claiming their majestic belief meant they were able to win the game, despite ending it with nine men.
"Milan played their game and tried to impose themselves, but they found an Inter side who had a fundamental approach," he concluded.