Sat 18 March 2023 | 13:50

Spalletti wants Serie A success to bring more success to Napoli

Luciano Spalletti is aiming for more than just the Serie A title this season, as he wants to build a culture of sustained success at the club

Luciano Spalletti believes that


's impressive season does not have to be the peak and is encouraging the team to strive for more success in future seasons. Napoli's next match is against Torino on Sunday, which will be their final game of the month.

The international break will provide a short pause in the domestic season. Napoli could potentially have a 21-point lead at the top of the Serie A table heading into the break, provided they beat Torino and results elsewhere go their way. With only 11 matches remaining, such a lead would be difficult for any other team to overcome.

Despite their current success in the Serie A and Champions League, Luciano Spalletti is not content with Napoli's accomplishments and wants the team to continue striving for more. He sees the team's potential and hopes to motivate them to strive for continuous improvement, rather than only celebrating their current achievements.

Napoli's upcoming match against Torino could give them a 21-point lead at the top of Serie A, a significant advantage with only 11 matches remaining.

"The once-in-a-lifetime year, as far as I'm concerned, will be the one after this, and then it will be the one after that, and it can go on and on,"

Luciano Spalletti, 64, is a well-known figure in Italian football management, having managed several teams in Serie A such as Udinese, Roma, Inter, and currently Napoli.

Despite his vast experience, Spalletti has never won a league championship in Italy, even in the lower divisions with Empoli where he earned two consecutive promotions through other means. However, he is aware of the value of his past experiences and is motivated to make the most of the time he has left in the game.

"I try to optimise the time that passes, because one day we will be judged for the professionalism and seriousness shown in dealing with everything,"

he added.

"I know that I have to value all the opportunities that pass before me, because as a coach I don't have a lot of time, what with being 64 years old.

"And I am willing to do anything for Napoli to be able to enhance the events ahead of us."

"What happens to us now is real and must always be used to improve.

"The best is always what you want to go and discover. You must never stop, you must dig deeper to get the most out of something."



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