Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says “the table is starting to look more interesting” but “we’ve done nothing yet.”
The Rossoneri beat Chievo at San Siro last night for their second win in a row, a result which saw them climb to eighth-place in Serie A.
“We’re not excited to have 16 points,” Galliani stressed in an interview with Milan Channel.
“We’ve dropped too many early points, but the table is starting to look more interesting. We’ll try to do well in Rome [against Lazio] on Sunday.
“Apart from Napoli, we’ve always won this year at San Siro.
“A breakthrough? We win and we lose, we’ve done nothing yet, we’ve achieved the minimum. You can’t get too down when you lose, or celebrate too much when you win.”
Galliani also hinted at previous disharmony in the camp, expressing his relief that an injury to Giacomo Bonaventura didn't leak to the media.
“I’ll tell you a secret, yesterday Bonaventura had a sprained ankle, and the doctors and physiotherapists performed miracles.
“It’s a story that didn't come out, I’m very happy, congratulations to the medical staff.
“I’m happy that for once nothing came out from the dressing room.”