Roma may be second, but Rudi Garcia isn’t looking at the table despite maintaining a 100 per cent record in the League.
The Giallorossi came from behind to beat Parma 3-1 on Monday thanks to goals from Alessandro Florenzi, Francesco Totti and Kevin Strootman.
The French Coach though, is not worried about their position just yet.
“Physically we look good,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “It is always difficult to play away. You don’t get the benefit you would playing at home.
“I am not looking at the standings at the moment. The only thing I’m counting are the points.
“It was a difficult match. But importantly, we were losing and reacted.
“I like to win with a comeback – it is proof that we play as a team.
“Parma are a good team with players like Biabiany, Cassano and Amauri, but I like how we suffered.
“Now we have six days to prepare for the derby. It’s going to be an important week.”