Maurizio Sarri believes his team have found stability at one end of the pitch and now need to do so at the other.
In our past seven matches in all competitions we have conceded just two goals, and one of those was Wolves' only on-target attempt of the match last weekend. Sarri has been pleased with how things have been going at the back of late, but now he wants to see our attacking game maintain the high standards we saw in Kiev midweek.
'We are looking more consistent in terms of defensive solidity, first of all,' Sarri said. 'We are conceding less than before. In this moment the most important thing for us is to be solid.
'We are more consistent with our results, but not at the moment with our performances, especially in the offensive phase. Sometimes we have played with very good quality in the offensive phase, sometimes not. Now we need to start in the offensive phase playing every match with the same ideas.
'At the moment we are not able to do this, because sometimes we are without movement without the ball, sometimes we didn't attack balls in the box very well, and sometimes we didn't attack spaces behind the line of the opponent very well. We need to have consistency in this.'