Attilio Tesser has declared that Novara will 'start from scratch' at the weekend after being critical of his team's midweek performance against Siena.
Although the Piedmont outfit picked up a point with a late equaliser that Tesser suggested was fully merited, the Coach was still wary of the reaction to first falling behind to Emanuele Calaio's first-half strike.
"Some mistakes you won't pay for, but if you do for the first or second error then you lose peace of mind. After the goal we were lost.
"We did better in the second half and in the end I believe we deserved the draw.
"It must be a point of faith, to rebuild from. We start again to look for points from Sunday against Lecce."
Tesser also confirmed to tuttomercatoweb.com of the likelihood that the club will strengthen in the January transfer market in light of a growing list of absences, particularly at the back.
"We'll do something because right now we have some problems, especially in defence. [Andrea] Lisuzzo is missing and will need surgery and there is [Samir] Ujkani, and [Carlalberto] Ludi.
"We will see what indication the League performance gives us and we'll do something, but not because we are unhappy with our players."
Think you know your Italian football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG's World Cup tipster competition - £10,000 to be won!