Jeremy Menez assures he’s ‘happy here at Milan’ and promises the team will have ‘a different mentality’ next season.
The Rossoneri are currently 11th in Serie A, and the French attacker has been linked with a move away as one of their few performing players this term, with Monaco said to be interested.
“I am happy here at Milan,” Menez told the club’s official television channel.
“The relationship with my team-mates is brilliant, we have a great group, it’s just a shame about the results.
“On a personal level, I think that I’ve had a good season, but of course I could have done better and I hope that I can do more next season.
“You can always improve in a lot of areas, I feel very happy here, even if I’ve heard things that I do not like, but that’s a part of football.
“I will try to give even more come next season.
“We have to end the season well for the club, the fans and for us. Then we will go on our holidays and we have to come back with a different mentality.”
Menez also defended under-fire Coach Filippo Inzaghi, and reveals he wants to represent France at Euro 2016.
“As of the first meeting in Ibiza, I felt his [Inzaghi’s] confidence in me. When I have that I try and give my all and it’s what I have done out on the pitch.
“I came here to also get back into the national team. I try my best for Milan above all, but also for the national team.
“The European Championships are taking place next year and I want to be there.”