Inter forward Ruben Botta has conceded that his men will have to be at their best if they’re to come away from Roma with three points.
The Nerazzurri face the capital outfit on Saturday evening looking for the three points that could take them to within two of fourth-place Fiorentina.
The Argentine forward though, knows that a win is vital for his side.
"We know it’s a very important game,” he told Inter Channel.
“It’s not an easy place to play in, but we know we’ll have to stick to our game. Roma are a team that always look to play aggressively, especially at home.
“However, we’ve worked hard during the week and we know how to face them."
The youngster then commented on his own situation with the San Siro side.
“I always try to do what the Coach asks of me and help the team.
“How would I like to score? It doesn’t matter to me how the goal comes, whether it’s from my head or whatever. Any way it comes is fine with me [smiling].”
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