Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says Parma have nothing to lose ahead of tomorrow's game at the Stadio San Siro.
The Nerazzurri will resume their Serie A campaign aware that qualification for the Europa League is their only remaining objective of the season.
And Mancini is determined to secure a place in next season's competition.
"It will be a difficult game, they [Parma] have nothing to lose, it will be a similar game to the one against Cesena," Mancini said on Friday.
"The president wants us to do well, if we play the way we did against Sampdoria we will not lose.
"We have to score goals, trying to win as many games as possible because we want to qualify for Europe.
"Our fans will be back at the stadium if we win games, it's understandable that they might decide not to go to the stadium because we lose games.
"The fans have to enjoy their experience at the stadium but this depends on what we achieve."
Meanwhile, the Italian opted not to comment the words of Mateo Kovacic's agent who last week said he's not being utilised in a proper position.
"[Mateo Kovacic] is an Internazionale player, if I want to talk about his [role] I would do it directly with the player, I'm not interested in what his agent says."