By Joe Avicolli
Roma boss Rudi Garcia believes that this season’s race for the Scudetto is much more open than it has been in recent years and revealed that the Lupi will be looking to win it if possible.
The Giallorossi currently sit in fourth place on the Serie A table with 14 points, leaving them just four points behind league leaders Fiorentina, and the tactician has insisted that the capital city club will give their all in order to once again secure a Champions League spot while also keeping an eye on first place.
Garcia spoke to Telefoot about Roma’s main objectives for the season and commented on what his plans are for the future.
“The league is much more open this season,” said the 51-year-old.
“Juventus have won in the past four seasons, even earning a record amount of points during their reign, but this year you can see a lot more teams are fighting.
“Our aim? We’ll have to stay on top until the end.
“The goal is to qualify for the Champions League as we have done in recent seasons. However, the ambition to do even better is there.
“My future? When you work for a club like this, you have the mentality of staying there forever. I want to win with Roma.”