AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho was pleased with their 2-0 win against Frosinone.
Romelu Lukaku and Lorenzo Pellegrini struck for the Giallorossi.
Mourinho said, “The first half we allowed a couple of good opportunities with a defensive line that is making do with a midfielder, but the unity of the team, the work of the two wing-backs, the huge effort of Bove and Paredes, while the forwards also helped off the ball.
“It was a real team, and that is something I always like, against a side that has nothing to do with Serie B. Frosinone have a lot of quality, I liked them when analysing them in the build-up and I liked them today.
“I thought that I could be held responsible for Lukaku not scoring! At the very least, nobody can accuse me of that, because Romelu keeps scoring. He scores here, he scores at Manchester United, at Inter. Romelu scores everywhere.
“Fortunately, I am not a coach who can remove Romelu’s qualities.”
He also said: “I explained yesterday. Three months ago, I was loved. I was wanted. I created panic with the idea I might leave. Now three months later after what I will admit is a horrible start to the season in terms of results, but which has many factors behind it…
“I knew that whether we won or not today, we would show that we are friends, we are a team, we are united. I am very, very happy that they won the game, because when you lose the way we did midweek, it is not easy. You must be emotionally balanced and have the right mentality to get on that pitch.
“Having said that, we never felt that the fans were against the team. The support when we were on the bus and in the stadium was extraordinary.
“I want to thank them, because some lads might’ve felt shaken if there had been a different reception, but the fans treated us as if we had won in Genoa. So I must thank them for that.”