Clarence Seedorf won't disguise Milan's main ambition this season. “We want the Champions League.”
The Dutchman has lifted the trophy with Ajax, Real Madrid and Milan, but aims to be up on that podium again next May.
“Milan's objective is the Champions League and we've got to have more faith in our capabilities,” said the midfielder who won the Scudetto last term.
“We may not be Barcelona in terms of individuals, but we have enough talent to aim high. We've got to combine strong self-confidence with keeping our feet on the ground.”
Seedorf had strongly considered walking away from San Siro this summer, but opted to remain for another year instead.
“I always want at least 10 goals per season, but playing in a deeper position that is difficult. The results of the team are always more important than those of the individual.
“We have a lot of quality, but above all a strong team ethic and we proved that last term during difficult moments. I'm glad if more quality players arrive, as that'll make us even more competitive.”
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