Zdenek Zeman has admitted that his Roma side need to be more aggressive if they are to beat Inter on Wednesday evening.
The capital club play the Nerazzurri in the semi-final of the Coppa Italia tomorrow, having drawn 1-1 in Serie A last Sunday.
And the Czech tactician has revealed that his team need to learn to close out games after going ahead.
“We have to be more aggressive, especially in the line between midfield and attack,” he told a Press conference.
“We're missing something in terms of belief – we've played a lot of good games, but we just haven't been able to close out games.
“If we play as well as we can do, we will be able to recover in the League and do well in the cup.
“On Sunday we could not, again, close out the game, so we'll hope to be able to do more tomorrow.”