AZ's players and technical staff are ambitious after Wednesday's 1-3 win at PSV.

Calvin Stengs firmly believes that the Alkmaarders will interfere in the title fight and according to trainer Pascal Jansen, the victory is a good signal in the run-up to the next top players.

"I think a lot of people initially thought we had already given away too many points. But I think we will participate anyway," said Stengs, who scored 1-3 in Eindhoven, at



"We have already given it away in the final stages this season, so it was extra nice that we managed to hold on to it today and scored ourselves. It was a great goal, I shot it nicely."

AZ now has four points less than leader Ajax, which is still playing against FC Twente on Thursday.

The deficit on number three PSV was reduced to three points thanks to the victory.

Jansen: 'Want to realize our ambitions'

Trainer Jansen, who took over the tasks of the dismissed Arne Slot in December, was satisfied after the victory in Eindhoven.

"We want to realize our ambitions and then you also have to win these games", said the coach.

"You know the ambitions of the club. We want to be in the top four. We now have a view of that. But there is more in it and we are going for it. More big games are coming. Let this be a good signal. for the rest of the month. "

AZ will continue the Eredivisie next Sunday with a home game against ADO Den Haag.

Next Wednesday, the squatter against Ajax is on the program in Alkmaar.

View the stand, the program and the results in the Eredivisie