Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli deserved more than a point from tonight’s 1-1 draw with Milan. “I really saw us coming away with a win.”
The Partenopei are still four points clear of the Rossoneri in second place following the San Siro stalemate.
“We haven’t achieved our target of Champions League qualification yet, so we mustn’t let anything go,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.
“I am not remotely satisfied with the result, as we pegged Milan back in their own half and I really hoped to win this game. Looking at the incidents, we deserved a victory.
“Towards the end, when Milan went a man down, I really saw us coming away with all three points, but we weren’t clinical enough. We always allow our opponents more chances than we should.”
The gap from leaders Juventus is eight points and that could be extended with the Bianconeri visiting Lazio on Monday evening.
Mazzarri was also asked about his future, as his contract expires in June and he has not yet discussed a renewal.
“Let’s not think about that now. I am satisfied with the work done by my team and their improvement in recent years has been clear to all.”