Italy boss Cesare Prandelli could call up further uncapped players for his the country's Euro 2012 qualifiers next month.
Prandelli replaced Marcello Lippi after Italy's dismal World Cup campaign and has given the likes of Mario Balotelli the chance to prove themselves.
Italy lost their first game under Prandelli, a friendly against Ivory Coast, before coming from behind to beat Estonia in their opening qualifier.
They were far more comfortable in the 5-0 victory over minnows Faroe Islands in their second qualifier, but, ahead of next month's games against Northern Ireland and Serbia, Prandelli has not ruled out more changes.
"I could call some new faces for the next games, but I won't name names," he said. "I will only say that I liked the way we worked in the first two qualifiers."