Prandelli, who guided his side to the final of Euro 2012 last summer, has also welcomed Balotelli's return to Italy.
The former Manchester City man scored both goals, including a match-winning penalty at the death in his debut against Udinese on Sunday.
Prandelli said: "I'm happy that Balotelli is back – he looked calm and motivated."
Italy face Holland in a friendly on Wednesday and Prandelli added: "It's an advantage for us that Balotelli can work alongside fellow Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy on a daily basis. They have enormous potential.
"If we win the World Cup in Brazil then I'll get a mohican like theirs."
Tomorrow's match at the Amsterdam ArenA kicks off at 7.30pm UK time.