Mario Beretta is happy to be back in the job at Siena.
Beretta has returned to Siena this week after Andrea Mandorlini left the coaching position by mutual consent on Monday.
"In a certain sense it is like starting from scratch, but that is definitely not something that frightens me," said Beretta.
"We need to work very hard and with great determination, knowing that the road to safety is dangerous and difficult, but at the end of it all we'll find such a satisfying prize.
"I didn't expect to be recalled, but hoped someone here remembered me. The fact Siena brought me in is all the better, because I was happy here.
"I didn't really follow the team closely in these months, so I cannot give judgments. I will watch the tapes of our games to brush up on the new faces. It is clear that at this moment in time the squad needs a relaxed atmosphere."