Walter Mazzarri has agreed with Edinson Cavani's belief that Napoli should set no limits on what they can achieve this season.
Speaking ahead of Napoli's Coppa Italia quarter-final against Inter tomorrow night, Mazzarri put faith in his side to get a result.
"The role of anti-Milan doesn't interest us. We won't let it distract us," he said.
"Tomorrow we have an important game and we face a team who have a crazy level.
"They are coming off a defeat and will have the right motivation. It's difficult for a team like Inter to get two matches wrong in a row.
"My energy is concentrated on this aspect. We need the perfect performance to get through this round.
"Cavani said that we shouldn't impose limits on ourselves. This is Napoli's belief. We'll do the sums at the end. If it were down to me, I'd always win. Every defeat is a stab in the back. I am sick until the next game."
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