Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says a win against Milan tomorrow would bring enthusiasm to the squad.
The Nerazzurri have won both of their Serie A games so far this season and will be determined to take all three points when they take on Milan on Sunday evening.
"Winning the derby would give us more enthusiasm and would enable us to build on our early season wins," Mancini said on Saturday afternoon.
"But it wouldn't change a thing in regard to the table because it's only our third match of the season. We're convinced we can have a good season regardless of the result tomorrow.
"I think they're [Milan are] a great side.
"Almost all of their players are internationals and they have two dangerous players up front in Luiz Adriano and Carlos Bacca. They have a number of players who can change the game.
"Both Inter and Milan are growing again and I think we'll both return to the top soon. We want to do 100% to make our fans happy.
"If I were an Inter fan I would only be worried about winning tomorrow. That's what counts right now. The football and everything else will come as we keep picking up results. I think all Nerazzurri fans know that."