Zeman praised Roma’s fightback in Siena and saw it as a sign of their fitness levels improving too.
“Today the team played well. We were a little slow in the first half, but after the break we tried with all our strength to win and achieved it,” he said of the 3-1 victory, their third win on the bounce.
“We were probably in better shape physically than our opponents. It was a better performance compared to the win at Pescara, but we still need to find concentration and consistency.”