Giacomo Raspadori launched Napoli's comeback to draw from two goals down on Saturday, rifling a sweet left-foot shot into the Genoa goal, but his post-match comments express feelings of regret.
"We gifted Genoa one half – we could and should have been more bright in taking control of the game and looking for our passing lines," he said.
"Then there was a good reaction in the second half, but there remains the bitterness of the first period of the match that we should have approached differently."
"Let's take the good of the last half-hour and look ahead. We now have to reset and try to recapture that strength we showed in the second half of the match."