Midfielder Sulley Muntari believes AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi is on the right path despite suffering back-to-back defeats in high profile pre-season matches.
The Ghana World Cup player captained the Rossoneri as they lost 5-1 to Manchester City in the Guinness Challenge tournament in Pittsburgh, USA.
Muntari, who missed their 3-0 defeat to Greek side Olympiakos, was impressive and scored Milanâ€™s consolation goal.
He believes there is no course for alarm and trust Inzaghi to chart them back to winning ways.
"Weâ€™re doing well in training, the coachâ€™s ideas are positive for us players. We can go far, I have a lot of confidence in what the coach is doing. We have the objective of focusing our efforts for the start of the league championship,â€ the 29-year-old said in a post-match interview.
â€œWe donâ€™t want to talk, but simply work hard. We always speak amongst ourselves, we want to do well and be a good group. This year we will get our head down, keep our feet on the ground and work.
â€œI have a lot of faith that the path laid out by coach Inzaghi is the right one because there is a lot of respect and collaboration. The feeling is right. We want to reach the top, it wonâ€™t be easy and we will need everyone.â€
Muntari has signed a one-year contract extension and will remain at the San Siro until 2016.