"Genoa have recently changed coach and they will want to make a good impression here in Turin. Against the Rossoblu it's always a tough game, and after the international break it's even harder to start again. So, we'll have to aim to win a difficult match, because we want to stretch the unbeaten streak.
"We're very aware of our strengths and our succession of victories have given us even more confidence and that is important. Especially in view of the month ahead, with very challenging matches, starting with those against Genoa and Manchester United. Our Champions League game will not be a decisive one yet, but it will still be very important because a positive result would give us peace of mind even in view of the return leg.
"I really want to play, I'm fine and I'm ready. I am willing to play on either flank as I have also played on the left in previous years, so if there were any need for me to fill in there it would not be a problem"
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