Napoli midfielder Hassan Yebda insists his team and its fans are dreaming of winning the Scudetto this season.
Walter Mazzarri's side currently lie second in Serie A, three points behind League leaders Milan.
Speaking to Radio Marte, Yebda said: "Scudetto is a word that I cannot pronounce. There are six games remaining. We are only thinking about the match against Udinese who are a great team.
"We must work to play an important game. We are second in the table but the season isn't over. Perhaps we are hungrier than Milan because we have never won.
"Edinson Cavani has surprised me. He really is a great striker. We are only thinking about winning as many games as possible. The fans are dreaming and we want to make them happy.
"We are keeping calm and taking one game at a time."