Italy coach Cesare Prandelli says there is plenty of room for improvement after his side's 4-0 friendly win over San Marino on Friday.
Goals from Andrea Poli, Alberto Gilardino, Andrea Pirlo and Alberto Aquilani powered a comfortable win in Bologna.
Prandelli said he was satisfied with the performance but has some decisions to make ahead of their World Cup qualifier against the Czech Republic on Friday.
"We need to improve the tempo when we start moves from the back, but physically we're in good shape," Prandelli said.
"I cannot name names now, as I wanted to see some players in action and they all deserve to be here, but I have to make choices.
"I am happy that all these lads respond well whenever they are called upon and have the right approach to representing their country."
The coach said he was pleased with the effort of Mario Balotelli, who played 40 minutes after coming on as a substitute.
"Balotelli really wanted to score and I liked his attitude. He must always step on to the field to do well," the coach said.