Sinisa Mihajlovic claims Bologna have deserved more from their six games under him as he prepares for a reunion with Torino on Saturday.
Bologna have won two of their six Serie A matches since Mihajlovic took over at the end of January, and next up for the Rossoblu are Torino, whom the Serb coached between 2016 and 2018.
“Torino? They’re a team who are going for Europe,” he said at a Press conference.
“Their strengths lie in their physicality and the quality of their forwards. It’ll be a tough game.
“We’ve tried to impose our game on every match and we’ve also often put in good performances, but unfortunately we haven’t collected many points.
“Still, we have to go one game at a time: only at the end of the season will we do the maths.
“Bologna have changed their mindset. There are still some aspects that need to be improved, but we’re working on them.
“Orsolini? He’s very generous with his work. He must also improve in terms of performance, but he did well last Sunday.
“Edera’s shoulder is improving. The only player unavailable is [Federico] Santander.”