Inter Milan captain Javier Zanetti knows the Serie A season is still in its early stages but believes his side are genuine contenders for the title after beating Juventus.
The Nerazzurri came from a goal down to claim a 3-1 victory in Turin on Saturday and bring Juve's 49-game unbeaten league run to an end.
Inter sit second in the standings and just a point behind Juventus after seven consecutive Serie A wins and Zanetti feels positive over their title chances.
The skipper told Sky Italia: "We believe in the title because there is the belief (we can) do good things. But it's early - anything can happen yet.
"I'm really happy. Juventus were unbeaten and winning in their stadium. It's not a thing to be undervalued."
Zanetti has been impressed by the impact of head coach Andrea Stramaccioni since he took the helm in March.
"The coach Stramaccioni put himself at the group's disposal with big humility and now they are doing a really big job," he said.
"The way we are doing things seems right to me."