Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says his players will have to work extremely hard if they are to take all three points from tomorrow's home game against Verona.
The Nerazzurri host Andrea Mandorlini's men after winning all their games so far this season but the Italian has warned against complacency ahead of tomorrow's kick off.
"I hoped we would get off to a strong start," Mancini told reporters.
"It's good because it gives us an idea of how far we might be able to go. It's given us confidence too but we know that if we want to go all the way we have to do even better.
"We did well in the transfer market over the summer, signing players in areas where we needed to strengthen, and we worked well in pre-season too.
"Verona are an excellent side.
"They're solid, defend well and they don't give you much space. Mandorlini is a great coach too. It's going to be tough and we'll have to fight as hard as we did in Verona [against Chievo] if we want to get three points."