Parma coach Francesco Tartini will look forward to his first Coppa title with a new trophy after his side defeated the Italian champions Juventus in the final.

Tartini had not won the tournament since the 2010-11 season, when he was sacked by Napoli.

After a 2-1 victory over Roma on Saturday, he had been keen to seal a first-ever win for the Rossoneri since he was appointed in May 2014.

Tattista’s team had been without injured defender Francesco Coppi and centre-back Alessandro Matri had been suspended.

“We have a lot of work to do and we can see the future in a good way,” said the 55-year-old, who has never won the trophy before.

“I have to look back and think what will be the goal now?

I’m very happy.

We are at a very important moment in my career and I’m looking forward to that.”

Tarti has been at the helm of his old club for more than 20 years, winning the Coppia title in 2005-06, 2007-08 and 2008-09, before succeeding Andrea Pirlo as the coach of the Rossoni from 2010-13.

Tanzilio, whose team are currently sixth in Serie A, are currently in the relegation zone and are currently three points adrift of Juventus, who are second in the standings.