Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo claims his side are looking to qualify for next season's Champions League.
The Zebrette are on an incredible run in Serie A and have beaten both Inter and Juventus in their last two games.
"It's a very positive moment," Pozzo said. "We've had the confirmation that this team has an important potential and for this reason we mustn't pose any limits on ourselves.
"The players have shown that they are in a position to do it. If they get rid of the weaknesses that have characterised our last two seasons, if they find consistency of performance, then Udinese can go far."
Asked if that meant the Champions League, Pozzo replied: "I've already said that we can pose any limits on ourselves. There are still many points to play for and we can enjoy ourselves.
"A year ago when I claimed Udinese were competitive, I was almost mocked. The difference as always is in the understanding between the players and the Coach."
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