Aurelio Andreazzoli believes he has already done enough to be confirmed as Roma boss for the 2013-14 campaign.
The 59-year-old was appointed as Coach in February on a short-term basis after the capital giants opted to dismiss Zdenek Zeman.
Despite losing his first game in charge at Sampdoria, Roma have since beaten Juventus, Atalanta and Genoa.
“If I’m honest, I do think that I deserve to be confirmed in the job,” he said today when asked about his future.
“But the fact remains that I am an employee of the club who for five years has been asked to perform a certain task. I’ll do whatever the club tell me to do in the future.
“I’m working in a joyful environment, I’m happy and I therefore have no worries about what may happen next.
“I’m ready for anything. If, in June, I have to put myself at the disposal of a new Coach then I will do so without any problems.”
Andreazzoli has actually been a Coach with the Lupi since 2005 where he has assisted the likes of Luciano Spalletti and Luis Enrique.
Roma take on Udinese tomorrow night.
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