Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini has claimed that he does not regret staying at the club, despite their poor start to the season.
The 35-year-old midfielder has admitted that the Rossoneri have struggled so far in the campaign, but is glad he remained at San Siro.
“I knew there would be difficulties [this season],” he told Forza Milan. “Yet I am increasingly convinced that I made the right choice in staying.
“I listened to what my heart and my head was saying. I always expected a different season to the last, but it is beautiful being here and I just have to deal with the problem.”
He also commented on the declining attendances at the Giuseppe Meazza, as well as his ambitions for the future.
“San Siro is not going to be full like it once was, however, the Curva is always full and that is a fact that has to be emphasised. The team feels the support of the hardcore fans, and we want to thank them for their support.
“My desire is to train the youth players [when I retire], but I'll leave all doors open. Let's see what comes up, but I'd definitely like to stay at Milan.”
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