Inter coach Leonardo won't accept anything less than a win in Sunday's clash against Catania and said Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is helping him settle.
The Nerazzurri got off to a flyer against Napoli on Thursday in Leonardo's first game at the helm since replacing Rafael Benitez as they ran out 3-1 winners.
More of the same is expected in Sicily.
"I have never gone onto the pitch thinking about a result that isn't a win, either as player or coach," Leonardo told the press.
"A team like Inter cannot think in any other way."
And Leonardo believes the key to success is using input from former boss Mourinho.
"I speak to Mourinho, we are friends. He is the Real Madrid coach, but he has been open with me, and we have spoken about many things," he added.
"He has always been close to me, and he has helped me early on.
"Catania? Our aim is to win all our games, and tomorrow is an important one for us."