Inter Milan will look to put the weekend's Serie A setback behind them when they take on in-form Napoli on Wednesday with a place in the Coppa Italia semi-finals up for grabs.
The Nerazzurri go into their last-eight encounter at the San Paolo stadium on the back of a 3-1 defeat at Udinese. Saturday's result ended a five-match winning streak for Inter and saw Leonardo's outfit drop nine points behind league leaders AC Milan.
"One defeat doesn't change our aims,'' Inter midfielder Esteban Cambiasso said. "We must turn the page and focus on our next game. The Coppa Italia is a prestigious tournament and we want to go all the way.''
The holders will be put to the test by a Napoli side that remains unbeaten at home since October 25, when they lost 2-1 to AC Milan. Since then, Walter Mazzarri's men have collected five wins in six games in Naples. Napoli won 2-0 at Bari in the last round to climb to second in the standings, four points behind Milan.
"We have to continue like this and not think about anything else,'' Mazzarri said. "We cannot lose our focus and get carried away by our position in the standings.''
The victors will face the winner of Roma v Juventus in the last four of the competition. Also on Wednesday, Sampdoria and AC Milan will square off at the Luigi Ferraris stadium.
Milan, who were knocked out of the cup at the hands of Udinese at this stage last season, have not lifted the title since the 2002-03 campaign.
"To advance in the Coppa Italia is one of our season aims,'' AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri said.
Allegri, whose side beat Cesena 2-0 on Sunday, could hand Antonio Cassano a start against his former club. Cassano joined Milan from Samp earlier this month after his much-publicised spat with club president Riccardo Garrone led to his exclusion from the team. The Italy international has found new life since his move to the San Siro.
Parma, meanwhile, have received good news ahead of Tuesday's match at Palermo with striker Blerim Dzemaili available for selection. Dzemaili sustained a muscular injury in Saturday's 2-0 triumph over Catania but tests have ruled out any serious damage.
Victory on Tuesday would see Parma face either Milan or Sampdoria in the last four of the competition.
In the other quarter-final, Roma travel to Turin to face Claudio Ranieri's former club Juventus on Thursday bolstered by the return of captain Francesco Totti. Totti missed last week's 2-1 triumph over Lazio which saw the Eternal City giants progress to the last eight of the competition.
The veteran Italian striker was on target in Roma's 3-0 victory over Cagliari at the weekend. The result lifted the Giallorossi to third in the standings, three points clear of Juve, who were held to a goalless draw at Sampdoria.