Inter Milan boss Claudio Ranieri isn't panicking over their Coppa defeat to Napoli.

Inter saw their run of eight consecutive victories in all competition grind to a halt this week with a 2-1 Coppa Italia quarter-final defeat to Napoli.

"I am not worried by that loss, but I am curious to see how we will react. More than once we've seen this season that this team has the energy to get back on its feet. We have fallen, but we will get back up.

"The team played well and I really liked the performance in Naples. Now we must continue to do well in Serie A and see how many points we end up with.

"What I'm looking for is a team that does not let itself be influenced by anyone or anything. I'd like a perfect machine, with a ferocious determination to reach its target and a strong moral core."