Roma coach Claudio Ranieri is satisfied with the Champions League draw against Shakhtar Donetsk, but says the immediate focus is on Saturday's Milan clash.
The Italians play Shakhtar in the last 16 following Friday's draw in Nyon, and Ranieri knows his side will be up against it.
"They are a good side, technical with good individuals. It will be a great game, they have won five out of six," he told the press at Trigoria.
But the real objective is points against Milan.
"It will be a nice game. Milan have changed alot under Massimiliano Allegri. They are top of the league and deserve to be, but I think the whole of Italy will be supporting us," he added.
Mirko Vucinic has not been picked for the trip as he is still suffering from injury.
"Vucinic is ok, but the abductor problem has not allowed him to move," he added.
"Ibrahimovic? We need to cage him, but also Robinho and Kevin Prince Boateng."