Roma coach Rudi Garcia says he might make a number of changes for the weekend game away at Frosinone.
The Giallorossi registered a very important win against Juventus before the international break and they will be determined to add three more points against the newly-promoted Canaries on Saturday afternoon.
"The first thing I want to say is that Frosinone thoroughly deserve to be in Serie A," Garcia told reporters this morning.
"I've watched their games from last year and their promotion was no fluke. They deserve great respect for that. Roma need to play at 100% and at a high tempo, just as we did against Juventus.
"That's the only way we can hope to come away with three points. Frosinone are full of enthusiasm and it will be a strange atmosphere but whoever plays has to focus on nothing but doing his very best for the team.
"[Change of tactics?] Anything is possible.
"We might keep the same formation or we can change it. The players I've had for the last two years know what they have to do in midfield and attack depending on the formation we play, whereas we hardly ever change in defense.
"I try to give the guys different tactical options and have them ready for the start of the game. I'll wait until an hour and a half before kick-off tomorrow before telling them who will start because it keeps them on their toes.
"I don't have an ideal line-up. I have a roster with 25 players and they're all important. We have to play seven games in 22 days and I'll need all of them to get what we want, which is three points."