After a disappointing six-month stint at Pescara, the 22-year-old playmaker has scored four goals in 18 matches with Latina since arriving in January.
“Roma is my home, I will always carry it in my heart, I hope I can return and have some satisfactions,” Viviani said during ReteSport’s TV show La Partita Perfetta.
“We have not spoken yet. I want to finish the season well and then we will see in June. Staying at Latina, if we can make our Serie A dream come true, would not be bad.
“The town is beautiful, I feel great, our fans support us and sing when we lose.”
He praised his former coach Luis Enrique who made him debut with the Giallrossi.
“He gave me a lot, unfortunately I never heard from him since he left.
“I did not see when he talked well about me in a press conference. [Nicolas] Burdisso told me that at the training center. I watched it immediately.
“Since the first day of training he trusted me, he put in my head his way of interpreting football and his philosophy. I think this is fundamental today.
“He told me not to be afraid of asking for the ball, to always play it.
“[Ivan] De La Pena was important too, he was on the sideline giving me advice during training. I wanted him to stay like the rest of the team. It was a bad blow when he left. He was the connection between the players and the coaches.
“I am still in touch with [Alessandro] Florenzi. We are very close but I am also in contact with Daniele and Alberto De Rossi, and Bruno Conti.”