Andrea Pirlo wants to build on the 3-1 win over AC Milan.
The former Italy playmaker said in a media conference on Saturday: “It was an important victory in Milan, at an important moment too, but if we don’t win tomorrow, it will be of little use.
“I still consider Milan the team to beat, because they are at the top of the table.”
He added: “We take our responsibilities. We have been winning for nine years, it is normal that there is pressure on us. I’ve asked the team to improve their concentration and mental strength, especially when we take the lead, that is a very important phase.
“We must have the same desire to achieve a result – whoever the opponent is – and then we will see where we are in April.”
“The positive cases affect us, as they affect anyone. But let’s think about moving forward, there are other problems,” he said.
“I have four defenders, in addition to [Alessandro] Di Pardo, who can play on the flank. I will choose between them, because we are in the bubble and we cannot summon other players.”