Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says it's time for his side to register their first win in the Serie A.
The Bianconeri endured a very disappointing start to their Serie A campaign but were superb in mid-week away against Manchester City in the Champions League.
And Allegri will want more of the same when they face Genoa away from home on Sunday.
"Tuesday represented an important success for our Champions League campaign," Allegri said on Saturday.
"Starting off with an away triumph over the group favourites and a side tipped to win the competition outright is a good result for everyone.
"The league though is a different matter entirely. We've started badly in terms of results, despite decent performances against Udinese and Chievo, but we need to be realistic and look at the table.
"Genoa is a tough place to go to and they're a very aggressive side to face. It's one of those games that become crucial for your season as a whole.
"There's still a long way to go in the league. As it stands, Inter and Roma are favourites for the Scudetto, because we're eight points off the top.
"We need to be realistic and just focus on tomorrow's match. What's important is that we start picking up results in the league, begin to keep clean sheets and get back to winning ways."