Midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has described Milan as 'a united group' and revealed his ambitious goal for the future.
Speaking in a question and answer session on the club's official Twitter account, the former Ghana international was quizzed on a variety of subjects by fans of the Rossoneri.
And the former Tottenham man was in a brash mood when asked what his target was for the coming seasons.
“I want to one day become one of the best players in the world,” he said during the 30 minute session. “There is a great relationship within the squad, we are a united group. Robinho and I are the nicest of all though.
The Diavolo picked up their first win of the season just over a week ago thanks to a hat trick scored by Giampaolo Pazzini, someone Boateng is very pleased to have at the club.
“Pazzini is definitely a good teammate to have, I am very happy that he is at Milan.
“I am proud to wear this shirt and be a part of the club. I regret not joining the team earlier so I could have teammates like Paolo Maldini and Ronaldo – they were the best in their positions.”
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