Riccardo Montolivo has admitted that Milan want to put their defeat to Verona behind them as they face PSV in the Champions League.
The Rossoneri play the Dutch side in their second-leg play-off tomorrow after losing to the newly-promoted team at the weekend.
“There is a great desire to prove that we are not what we saw in Verona,” he told a Press conference.
“Saturday was not us – we were so bad it wasn’t true. We have to demonstrate that we have value.
“Beyond the economic impact that getting into the Champions League would have, we also have our pride.
“You can win, lose or draw, and play a good or bad game, But whatever happens you have to have a good attitude.
“We were all wrong at the weekend, so we are staring over again.”
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