The Italian, in his second race for the Cologne team, notched up the marque's first ever top-three finish a fortnight ago.
"It's hard to know," he answered, asked if he might replicate the Malaysian second place.
"But the car performed so well at Sepang - let's see if we can consolidate our world championship position."
Teammate Ralf Schumacher completed a messier event in Malaysia, but thinks he could have joined Trulli on the podium.
The German, 29, said: "So we're setting our sights a bit higher." -GMM