Parma president Tommaso Ghirardi has praised the work done by coach Roberto Donadoni ahead of Sunday's game at Siena.
The Gialloblu go into the encounter in Tuscany on the back of Wednesday's 3-1 triumph over Inter Milan.
That result allowed Parma to equal their record of five consecutive league wins set in the 1999-00 campaign.
"I am delighted with how the team is playing and I can only applaud Donadoni," Ghirardi said. "He has done a great job just as the players have.
"We are doing really well and we must be proud with the work we have done so far."
Parma parted company with Franco Colomba on January 10 with the team in 15th place and handed the reins to ex-Italy boss Donadoni.
The Gialloblu go into this weekend's fixtures in eighth place, two points behind Roma, who are seventh, with two rounds of games left to play.
"I believe if we continue to show the same rhythm we have displayed in recent games, there is no reason why we cannot win our next games and finish above Roma," Ghirardi said. "It will be difficult but we will try."
Parma, who have scored 12 goals and conceded just three in their last five games, end their season at home to Bologna on May 13.
Siena head into the match at the Artemio Franchi stadium in celebratory mood after their midweek 1-1 draw at Lazio assured them of Serie A football next season.
Wednesday's result lifted the Tuscan outfit to 13th place, eight points clear of the drop zone.
"I am delighted," Siena coach Giuseppe Sannino said."I want to thank my players for the great work done this season and the club for allowing me to work in harmony.
"We have proved that Siena deserves to be in the top flight."