Savic aims high with Viola

Stefan Savic was delighted to make his debut for Fiorentina and is targeting a top-five finish for the Viola.

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Stefan Savic: Eyeing top-five spot

Stefan Savic: Eyeing top-five spot

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New Fiorentina signing Stefan Savic was delighted to make his debut last weekend and is targeting a top-five finish for the Viola.

The centre half joined Vincenzo Montella's side in August as part of the deal which saw Matija Nastasic join Manchester City and finally made his debut in Sunday's 1-0 win against Bologna.

"I made my debut on Sunday and I'm glad it coincided with a win for my team," he said. "After the bureaucratic problems I finally played and this is the beginning of a beautiful adventure.

"I am pleased with my form and a debut victory. I am very happy at Fiorentina.

"I hope that this season there may be room for me and the team will be able to reach the top five, so that we can bring Fiorentina into Europe. "


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