AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has stressed he and his team-mates are not panicking about their disappointing start to the season.
Milan go into Sunday’s Serie A away clash with Udinese having won one and lost two of their opening three league games, while in the Champions League, they got their campaign under way on Tuesday night with a 0-0 draw at the San Siro against Anderlecht.
After that last result – which meant they are still yet to score at their own ground this term having played there three times – the team were booed off by Milan fans and Boateng admits things need to improve fast.
The 25-year-old is also keen to emphasise, though, that the belief within the squad is strong.
“In the changing room, we’re all calm,” Ghana international Boateng said. “There’s quality in the squad and we all believe in this team. Sometimes we’ve been missing a bit of luck in front of the goal but we think we can win the next game.
“It’s natural that the fans will be angry because we can do better than what we’ve shown, myself first of all. I’m not at 100% and we’ll try to get better game after game.”