Stefano Pioli emphasized Milan are focusing on going back to Champions League and said Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Simon Kjaer 'turned things around'
Rossoneri finished 2020 on top ofSerie A
with the highest points in the table, one point above runner-ups Inter.
In any case, regardless of whether the Diavolo are thriving in the league fights, Pioli underlined that his foremost objective is to take Milan back to theChampions League
“We’ll work to improve. And, yes, return to the Champions League,” Pioli said. “The club hasn’t asked for anything, they don’t want to pressure us.
“Maldini, Massara and Gazidis have put us in ideal working conditions: they’re extraordinary. But we are all aware we must do everything to bring Milan back to where it should be, in the Champions League.
“It’s been missing for too long, that’s our place and we can do it.”
Pioli said Milan have discovered 'enthusiasm' in an incredible year and commended the model set by January arrivals
“There’s enthusiasm now, there’s seriousness and compactness,” he added. “There’s no longer a need to hang the table on the wall, everyone knows what to do.
“The group is strong, united and proud. Those who arrived last January, Ibrahimovic and Kjaer, set an example and that helped us turn things around."