Roma coach Rudi Garcia believes his side will register positive results if they approach games in the same way they did against Torino.
The Giallorossi were leapfrogged into second place by in-form Lazio but the Frenchman is optimistic ahead of the last eight games of the season.
"It was a good game, we only failed in the scoreline," Garcia told Sky Sport Italy.
"Playing like this is very positive, if we play the way we did this afternoon we will register many wins.
"I am happy with the behaviour [of the squad], we produced 24 shots away from home, it's an important statistic.
"We could have done better in the offensive department, we had enough time to win the game but their goalkeeper did well.
"[Lazio in second place?] What is important is to be second at the end of the season. We have to take full advantage of our next game at home, we have to win and then wait to see what the other teams do.
"[Seydou] Doumbia is improving, he showed signs of improvement in training but also today when he came on. He fought hard, he's very close to being 100% fit".