Milan play Caen today in a friendly, so Mbaye Niang discusses his old club and new teammate Adil Rami.
“This is my second year at Milan and there is a lot of competition, but I am growing on a psychological level too,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“I hope that this season I will score more goals. I have to work hard, but the important thing is that the team wins.
“Our objective is to finish in the top three, as we are a great team with quality players. I believe we can do it.
“As for myself, I want to go as far as possible, to become the best. I know I have to work on that, though. I am happy to be back in Caen and hope it will be a celebration, as I had happy years there.”
Milan are due to sign Rami on loan from Valencia, as he underwent his medical on Saturday.
“Rami is a great defender. I knew him in the United States and also saw him in the France side, so I can say he’s a very good player. We hope his qualities can help the team.”
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