Hernan Crespo hopes new Udinese coach Pasquale Marino sticks to his attacking principles.
Marino's teams are well known for their attacking flair.
Crespo said: "I prefer a team to be a protagonist, one that goes and plays with its weapons against the opponents.
"I prefer this above all at home, where the aspiration I have is to be as strong as before. When teams came to the Tardini, they knew they would have difficulty.
"If the fans were to transform the Tardini into a cauldron, we could make this our strength. It's at home where we need to collect the greater number of points, hoping for some away as well.
"There is a lot of desire to work and do well. This is the toughest period because we need to put the body and mind in place. You must start to respect the timetable, eat correctly and make a little more effort in your physical work.
"This is the period in which we work a lot, but it's also the moment to share many things and form a group."