Italy manager Antonio Conte has admitted that it has been tough to adapt to the "differences" involved in international management.
The 45-year-old took the reins of the Azzurri in the aftermath of the 2014 World Cup, after previously leading Juventus to three successive Serie A titles.
When asked by FourFourTwo about the main contrast between club and international management, he said: "There are many differences.
"In a club you can work every day with your players, whilst with the national team, if you are lucky you can have them for nine to 10 days a month.
"It's a challenge with myself to transmit my ideas in such a short time."
Conte has led Italy to 2-0 victories over the Netherlands and Norway in his two games in charge so far.