Italy full-back Gert Peens wants to provide the fans at the Stadio Flaminio with a performance to remember when they end their RBS 6 Nations campaign against France on Saturday.
The Azzurri look certain to finish at the foot of the table, with last weekend's defeat against England at Twickenham making it four defeats in as many games in this year's tournament.
Peens, the L'Aquila utility back, believes the intimidating atmosphere in the Rome stadium will help drive on his side and he remains confident the Azzurri will finally be able to put some points on the board.
"On Saturday, we have to leave a good memory for our fans," he said.
"We are playing the last game of this RBS 6 Nations, and I want to perform at my best for the team and also for my future.
"We are aware of the French and they know it will not be easy for them to get the points they want.
"Especially at home, we have always played good rugby and give little to the opponents, and also we want to cheer up our fans in the final game."
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