The 37-year old is set to get the job permanently and Zamparini wants him to become the 'next Arsene Wenger' by instilling a stylish brand of football at the Stadio Renzo Barbera.
"I have already told the club's sporting director Sean Sogliano to allow him to become our coach, not only for the two years which he already has a contract, but also for another two.
"I'm ready to get behind him 100 per cent. I think he's a coach that will become great.
"I don't want to lose him and I want to start a cycle with him."