Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has insisted that he is not worried about Antonio Di Natale's lack of goals.
The veteran striker has scored just once in his last nine outings, and missed a penalty in the Zebrette's 0-0 draw with Bologna on Saturday.
But the 57-year-old has claimed that there are no problems with the Italy international.
“It is true that Antonio has not been as prolific as he usually is,” the Coach told a Press conference.
“But I am not worried about his psychological or physical condition.
“Had he scored [the penalty] we would be talking about different things.”
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