The Nerazzurri are yet to muster a victory this year and the coach hopes his squad can use their frustration to turn results back in their favour
Walter Mazzarri has urged Inter to use their anger to win games after a shaky start to 2014.
The Nerazzurri have lost twice and drawn once in their opening games of the year and with a trip to Genoa looming on Sunday, they have not won away since November 3.
And the Inter boss says his squad must learn to use their recent poor form to return to winning ways and suggested that his players have been unable to secure victories in games where they had more than earned the three points.
“When you lose undeservedly, it’s like anything that you think you deserve but aren’t able to get,” he told reporters on Saturday. “We have to try to use the anger to help us overcome the next opponent.
“The draws earlier this season with Sampdoria and Parma were fair because we didn’t play the football I like, but there were other games we should have won.
“We’ve only lost three times, they were three particular games and we know what influenced two of them. Yet even in defeat we held our own.
“Overall I think we can say it’s been a good first half of the season and if we’d had six points more we could have called it excellent.”
Inter sit fifth in Serie A, 20 points adrift of leaders Juventus.