Ivan Juric is happy to be back with Genoa.
Juric has stepped in after the sacking of Davide Ballardini.
“I'm happy to go back to doing the job I love at a team where I've done a lot," Juric said at his presentation today.
“It obviously gets you down when you're not working, we've got a very tough fixture list with the best teams all coming up in just a few games, but it's a great challenge.
“There's no desire for revenge, just the desire to work well. I want to be calm and do the best I can.
“I wasn't doing well in that time [when I was sacked] and without rancour I can say I wasn't doing the best in that period.
“In some games we were close to getting a result, but we didn't get many points. I have to recognise that, despite my desire, I didn't do a good job.
“When did I know I'd be back? Not long ago, I really didn't expect it.
“I'm not worried by anything but the upcoming fixtures, but they can provide us a boost too. All I've thought about is analysing the squad, everything has happened so quickly.
“I won't send any messages [to the fans], you need to get points, that's the life of a Coach. If you get points then everything is fine, if you don't then proclamations won't help."