Milan defender Kevin Constant is delighted to be in Clarence Seedorf’s plans and is looking forward to the fight for Europa League football.
The Rossoneri host Catania on Sunday looking for the three points that could take them up to seventh in the table.
And the left-back, who has played 90 minutes in three of the last four Diavolo matches, is relishing the challenge.
“I can’t wait to start the fight for the Europa League,” he told the Corriere dello Sport.
“I think I’ve shown what I’m worth in what has been a delicate moment in this season’s campaign.
“I’ve definitely won the backing of the Coach and have started to win back my place on the team.
“When I was training apart I made sure that I showed Seedorf and my team mates that they could count on me.
“I still haven’t scored and I hope to get one before then end of the League. I scored my only goal for Genoa against Catania!”
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