Alessandro Matri discusses Genoa’s European ambitions, and asserts that five goals ‘isn’t enough’ to con21点官网sider a return to Milan.
“I am happy to hear the positive words about me, it is a pleasure to hear such things given that last year I seemed lost.
“I have scored goals this season but only away from home, I am missing them at home.”
Matri was talking ahead of this evening’s Week 12 clash with Palermo – a win can move the Rossoblu to joint third with Napoli.
“We do not look at it as a fight with Sampdoria – if we continue as we are doing, we can only be satisfied.”
“The season is still long, these five goals are not enough,” Matri has considered to Sky Sport 24 today.
“Perhaps we are not as obvious as other teams, but we see our value. We have a big game tonight皇冠外围投注 – there is no obligation, but we feel to requirement to win. We are on great form, we want to provide continuity to that.
“Can we reach Europe? It&真人外围投注rsquo;s a dream, we know what our objectives have been from the start of the season. We are in a favourable period but first we must think about survival and then we can take things step by step.
“With either one it is very tiring to train. Then on the field you see that the team is good and runs for 90 minutes – they leave nothing to chance and prepare every game in detail.”
“Beppe Iachini is also good at motivating his teams and besides that Palermo play a good game and will carry much ambition heading into this game.
The striker is enjoying a productive start to his season-long loan with the Grifone, prompting speculation of a return to the Rossoneri.
However, the 30-year-old, who endured a difficult 2013-14 with Milan and Fiorentina, is not getting carried away.
Matri was asked for comparisons between Antonio Conte and Gian Piero Gasperini.