Barzagli: "It's all in our hands"
"The truth is that after Napoli there were no arguments, we speak all the time about the games amongst ourselves and there have been no problems.
"Maybe it has destabilised a bit the environment, because in recent years fortunately for us, we have always won and we have rarely had difficult moments, so maybe it has created a bit of tension. There was some bitterness towards the defeat, but we had a day off to think about what happened on the field and when we came back on Tuesday, we were already focused on our goal.
"We have rarely seen a performance as subdued as it was against Napoli in our home. It was a bad day and we have gotten over it because we have to be positive, we are training well for another very important challenge. Yesterday, the fans came here to motivate us and it was good, we all know that Saturday's game is important and we will give it our all to win it."
FOCUSED ON THE OBJECTIVE
"We're not tired of winning, indeed winning each year becomes increasingly complicated, but when you are a Juventus player you have that responsibility.
"What we have already achieved remains and in a few years we will look back on it, but at this moment it matters little. Now all that's important is that in two days' time we face Inter and the fact that we are still a point ahead means that it's all in our hands and that we have to play to win in order to reach our goal."
THE CHALLENGE OF INTER
"It is a game that is already a big occasion because of the rivalry on both sides. On Saturday, the weather will be hot and those with strong nerves will be able to give something more.
"If we want to win the Scudetto then we have to win our four remaining games, beyond what is said outside of the field. It doesn't matter who we will face, the fact is that there are four league games left until the end of the season and we must give everything. Now we have more pressure, but we must have even more ruthlessness in preparing for the matches.
"We must demonstrate our will to win and the strength of this group, which has made the difference these past years."