Lucas Biglia believes that Lazio shouldn’t set a goal for this season as anything is possible.
The Argentina international has claimed that the sky’s the limit for the capital club, but admits that Juventus remain the team to beat in Serie A.
“I think that in perspective of the League we should not limit ourselves,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I came to Italy with that goal in mind. And I hope I can do it with Lazio.
“Pioli? He’s a direct person and wants to play an aggressive, attacking-brand of football.
“Juve remain the strongest team, but I think there’s a group of five or six teams that could challenge them.
“We want to be part of that group.”
Biglia then commented on his country’s loss in the World Cup final, and what Miroslav Klose told him on the final whistle.
“Miro hugged me after the final. I will never forget that. He reminded me that he felt the same way in 2002, and said that I will come back to the World Cup and win it – just like he did.”
Think you know your Italian football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG's tipster competition - £11,000 to be won monthly!