Suso insists Milan’s “road is still the right one”, despite being “only half happy” with Sunday’s point against Inter in the Derby della Madonnina.
Suso’s brace gave Milan the lead twice against Inter, yet while his side ultimately succumbed to a 2-2 draw in the dying embers at San Siro, the former Liverpool starlet remained confident in the Rossoneri’s direction.
“I think we had a good match for 70 minutes,” he told Milan TV.
“Then we dropped back too much. We had to keep the ball for longer, but our road is still the right one.
“It was an important game, I wanted to do my best.
“I thought we’d win with my two goals, but unfortunately it didn’t happen. I scored two goals, but we didn’t get the three points.
“Empoli? The matches against smaller teams are the most important. Against big teams, you can also draw or lose, but against the smaller ones, you must always win.
“Berlusconi? I saw him in the dressing room after the game, he congratulated me. We’re only half happy, we wanted to win.”