"The post-match atmosphere was calm, so there is the risk we might be neither angry nor relaxed, but I hope the lads can immediately send a signal against Crotone.
“I don't know if Arek Milik will start, but the lad's are in good shape and I'll decide tomorrow after the training session.
“Last season we had Gonzalo Higuain who would resolve the home games, while now we do even better because we have other ways of interpreting the match situation.
“We lost Milik to injury, but that allowed us to rediscover Dries Mertens as a centre-forward. We play in a more frenetic way and tend to lose the ball more often, which in turn sparks more counter-attacks.