Parma sporting director Pietro Leonardi claims his side will fight until the end for a place in the Europa League.
The Crociati beat Sampdoria on Sunday to sit in seventh, a place and a point behind Torino with two games of the season to go.
And the board member has admitted that the Ennio Tardini outfit will give their all to play in Europe next term.
“We’re delighted with the result yesterday. It was a complex match,” he told reporters.
“It’s important that we give it a go. We’re on 54 points, but we want even more and the opportunity to play in the Europa League.
“I want to praise the group because they have reacted well and have had the intelligence to handle the most difficult part of the season.”
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