Milan striker Patrick Cutrone says he has what it takes to “never stop improving” after his brace against Austria Vienna on Thursday.
Cutrone’s breakthrough campaign continued with two more goals in a 5-1 victory over Austria Vienna, which sealed Milan’s place in the last 32.
“Kaka? I was a ball boy when he was here,” he said after the game.
“Now I’m thinking about working day after day and improving with my teammates and coaches. I always think about giving my best.
“Getting back on top in Serie A? The group and I are thinking about working together and giving our all in training.
“Now we’re thinking about Sunday’s match against Torino, which is very important.
“Dinner with the team? I was pleased to be with the group. I honestly have so much to improve on. I’ll have to stay committed so I never stop improving.
“I like working hard for the team and helping them, If I score, even better.”