Siena boss Mario Beretta is ready to ruin the Scudetto party for Inter when they meet at the San Siro next Sunday.
Nerazzurri coach Roberto Mancini believes their celebrations have only been delayed by a week following their derby defeat to Milan, but Beretta is up for the battle.
"On Sunday afternoon we will go to play at San Siro with no pressure and no negative tension," he said. "We will play our game trying to hit Inter in their weakest points," claimed the Tuscans' coach, who is notoriously a Milan fan.
Siena were successful at the weekend against Juventus and have also claimed the scalp of Roma this season, so Beretta's men are eager to add the League leaders to that list.
"We know it is going to be tough, but that won't stop us from playing our game. We have already achieved safety this season, but this match still means something to us.
"Inter are always lucky against Siena, since they won the Scudetto last year when they played us," concluded Beretta.
The Bianconeri currently lie 12th in the table with 42 points and their season has far exceeded expectations.
Source: C4 Football Italia