Fiorentina coach Paulo Sousa believes his side can win Serie A this season, if the whole city continues to get behind the club.
Fiorentina are outright leaders at the top of Serie A for the first time since Feb. 7, 1999, following their 3-0 win over Atalanta at the weekend.
Sousa, who replaced Vincenzo Montella in the summer, is encouraged by his players' form and has his sights on lifting the Scudetto.
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Fiorentina beat 10-man Atalanta 3-0 in Florence on Sunday evening to take sole possession of first place in Serie A.
Atalanta had defender Gabriel Paletta sent off for a red card in the fifth minute after he brought down Jakub Blaszczykowski in the area.
Josip Ilicic made no mistake from the resulting penalty to put the hosts ahead and the Viola doubled their lead in the 34th minute when Federico Bernardeschi spotted Borja Valero in the area and the Spaniard first home right-footed.
Giuseppe Rossi hailed a "fantastic evening" after scoring his first goal since May in Fiorentina's 4-0 Europa League win over Belenenses on Thursday.
Rossi, who started only his third game of the season, completed the 90 minutes and got back on the scoresheet as he continued his comeback following a succession of injury setbacks.
The former Manchester United forward told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "What a fantastic evening, both for the three points and for the way we played.
"I think we've given continuity...