Former Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng was happy after playing his second game for AC Milan during their 1-1 draw away against Roma.
The former Schalke star who left the Sansiro in 2013 was thankful to the people at AC Milan and his family.
“I am very happy because this has been a difficult year for me, there are a lot of people I need to thank: my fiancé, my brother, president [Silvio] Berlusconi and [Sinisa] Mihajlovic,” the 28-year-old told Premium Sport.
“I don’t know if I made much of an impact but I am disappointed because we could have won the game.
“The team played a great game, we all gave 100 per cent and now we must look to do well on Wednesday [versus Carpi in the Coppa Italia].”
Boateng won the Scudetto in his first spell with AC Milan in 2010-11 and says it is different now at the club.
“A lot of things have changed, we lost great players like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Andrea Pirlo but I’ve seen a united team here, a squad that believes in the work it is doing,” Boateng added.
“It’s difficult when the results don’t come but we have a young side and we need to keep working.”
The German-born midfielder was also questioned about what role he hopes to play at the club.
“I like to play as a trequartista but we don’t use one so I told Milan to play me where they like, I can play in a lot of different positions,” Boateng added.
“I have some experience and that’s why I’m here, I’m looking to help the team off the pitch and to give my all.”