Sinisa Mihajlovic believes it’s a mistake to talk about a Milan turning point - “we need to find consistency”.
The Rossoneri haven’t won either of their last two games, but had three successive victories prior to that, a clear demonstration of their erratic form.
“You can’t speak of one match as a turning point,” Mihajlovic insisted in his Press conference ahead of the Sampdoria match.
“Maybe we’ve had some good games, and then after that we’ve suffered a bit, we need to find consistency. We have matches which allow us to confirm ourselves in the table.
“I know we can do well if we play the way we’re capable of playing. The turning point will be seen in the medium to long term.
“In the second half of the season, apart from Napoli, we face all our rivals at home. I thin it’s easier to win at home than away, although there are many factors.”