Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi says there is no "special recipe for winning finals" ahead of the Coppa Italia decider against Juventus on Wednesday.
The 46-year-old boss guided Lazio to the Coppa Italia title in 2018-19, along with winning the Supercoppa in 2017 and 2019.
Inzaghi also led the Nerazzurri to the Supercoppa crown earlier this season, prompting hopes his excellent record in cup finals bodes well for Inter.
"We're already very proud to be here for such an important game," Inzaghi told reporters.
"I don't think there are any special recipes for winning finals. You need to run hard, be determined and focused.
"We'll have to give 120 per cent to lift our second trophy of the season."
The Coppa Italia final comes amid Inter's title chase, sitting second two points behind Milan with two games to play.
Inzaghi admitted re-focusing their energy away from the league to the cup would bring a unique challenge.
"That’s something we’ve spoken about," he said. "It probably would've been better to play the final at the end of the Serie A campaign, but the structure was set out at the start of the year.
"I’ve been involved in finals as a player and as a coach, and I don’t think it’s a problem to play just before the end of the league season."
Inzaghi has collected a record points tally in his first season in charge in the league, with the side firmly in contention for the Scudetto, having won the Supercoppa.
But the common view on the success of Inzaghi's first campaign may be determined by their final few games, as they chase both the Serie A and Coppa titles.
"I owe everything to the team, as the players have always backed me," Inzaghi said.
"It's been a brilliant season. It's match number 50 now. We played wonderful football for seven or eight months, but then suffered a dip and dropped some points, but if I think back to how we played against Liverpool and the way we’ve reached the final, I have no bad words to say about the team."