Beating Scotland is a very good for the players, for the team management and everyone connected with Italian rugby. It will help rugby get a more favourable public opinion.
It's fantastic that we brought six thousand supporters to Murrayfield. Winning away in the RBS 6 Nations really proves we deserve to be part of this tournament.
We were lucky. The mistakes made by the Scottish team helped us a lot, but we put them under pressure to make them make mistakes in the first place.
Perhaps my only criticism is that we waited and hung back a little when it was 21-0. I think Scotland had 60 per cent of the possession, but that is because they were chasing the game.
We were strong and were always ready to compete, and now we must show we can maintain concentration for a full 80 minutes.
The scrummage was brilliant in the second half, and Alessandro Troncon did very well. We played some very good rugby, and it was a good experience in every respect.
I'm not sure many believed we could win in Edinburgh, and Wales gave France a very good game. The competition is wide open. This is fantastic.
Next we must meet a Wales team at home, but we know it will be hard because they will be looking for a win. They showed improvement, and they seem to have got their pride back, but we will be looking for a win and to build on this enthusiasm.