Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi says there is no special way to win the final before Juventus clash with Coppa Italia on Wednesday.
The 46-year-old led Lazio to the Coppa Italia title in 2018-19 and the Supercoppa in 2017 and 2019.
Inzaghi led the Nerazzurri to the Supercoppa earlier this season, giving Inter Milan their best record in the Champions League final.
"I am very proud to be here for such an important event," Inzaghi told reporters.
"I don't think there are any special recipes to win the final. You have to run hard, be determined and focus.
"We have to pay 120% to win our second trophy."
The Coppa Italia final is two points behind Inter, who are two points behind Inter Milan.
Inzaghi admits that refocusing their energy from the league to the trophy will pose a unique challenge.
"We have already said that," he said. "It would be better to play in the final at the end of the Serie A season. But the constitution was drafted earlier this year.
"I played in the final as a player and as a coach and playing before the end of the league season will not be a problem.
Inzaghi competed hard for Scudetto after winning the Supercopa, earning a record number of points in his first season in charge of the league.
But a common vision of Inzaghi's first campaign success can be seen in their last few games, as they are pursuing both Serie A and the Coppa Cup.
"I will give everything for the team because the players have always supported me," Inzaghi said.
"It was a bright season. This game is number 50. We played good football for seven or eight months but we were depressed and lost some points, but looking back at the way we played against Liverpool, we have reached the final.