Enrique defiant despite slow start

Roma coach Luis Enrique says he will not change anything despite a poor start to the season.

The 41-year-old Spaniard has yet to win a game as coach of Roma after five attempts, and his side have already been eliminated from the UEFA Europa League.

They travel to Parma tomorrow looking to snatch a first win of the season and start to climb the table. But Enrique says he does not need to change anything. "I will not change my way of seeing football, which is an attacking way," he said.

I cannot decide how we start the season, it has started as it has and now I have to find the best way to start winning.
Luis Enrique, Roma coach

"I'm convinced that I don't need to change my footballing ideas. The numbers aren't good but I believe we can bounce back.

"You always hope to start well and that everyone will say good things about you. I cannot decide how we start the season, it has started as it has and now I have to find the best way to start winning.

"But I'm not worried about anything from this point of view. I think it's normal when you're not getting results, everything seems more difficult. But none of my players are struggling, I'm not worried about that."