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 Milan’s consolation goal.
He believes there is no course for alarm and trust Inzaghi to chart them back to winning ways.
"We’re doing well in training, the coach’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,” the 29-year-old said in a post-match interview.
“We don’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.
“I 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 won’t be easy and we will need everyone.”
Muntari has signed a one-year contract extension and will remain at the San Siro until 2016.