Inter director Marco Tronchetti Provera believes his side should have beaten Juventus on Sunday, and said the 0-0 draw has left the club with a feeling of delusion.
An entertaining clash ended goalless despite both teams creating a flurry of chances. The result saw Inter lose a grip at the top of the table with Lazio moving into first - an unwelcome scenario at San Siro.
"Those who saw the game would have been pleased with the play, but Inter are more disappointed compared to Juventus," Tronchetti Provera told Mediaset.
"Some are more happy, others more sad. Juventus are a team improving, and we have paid for the lack of form in some of our players.
"Jonathan Biabiany's exit saw Diego Milito come on but he is not at his best."
But despite the low scale optimism, Tronchetti Provera said his team will fight on, paying attention to city rivals Milan.
"Milan for the Scudetto? We will try to beat Milan then," he added. "It will be a nice championship."