“However, it should be noted that we’re still the Russian league’s top-scoring team.
“The team is up and running physically, but we need to improve in attack.”
The former Porto, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur manager insisted his side was still focused on enjoying success on all three fronts.
“The match with Kuban gave us a pass into the cup semi-finals and a chance to win a trophy,” he said.
“A win against Benfica will give us a chance for our dream of the Champions League quarter-finals and the match at Krasnodar gives us hope in the league.”