Inter's Massimo Moratti upbeat over Claudio Ranieri's progress

The Italian president is positive following key wins under the new man at the helm as he looks ahead to another weekend of action against Napoli
Inter president Massimo Moratti is happy with the way Claudio Ranieri blocked their recent impasse with speed following back-to-back wins in Serie A and the Champions League.

Ranieri replaced Gian Piero Gasperini and restored order at the club as they beat Bologna and CSKA Moscow.

Moratti is staying positive, hoping the good work laid down thus far continues when they welcome Napoli at the weekend.

"Ranieri has started very well and he has taken control of the team on a psychological level," he is quoted as saying by La Repubblica.

"It was not easy, but these two results are very important."

Speaking of Napoli, who were impressive in Europe as they beat Villarreal 2-0, Moratti said: "I think everyone supported Napoli against Villarreal.

"They are a new team with a lively president. They will play us on Saturday and everyone will play their game.

"However, it is too early to speak about the Scudetto."

Inter are currently 16th in the league standings after a lacklustre start to the domestic campaign.