AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca says the Rossoneri are “improving game after game” following their 3-2 win over Palermo on Saturday.
Bacca scored twice as Milan overcame a stubborn Palermo at the San Siro on Saturday.
The Serie A giants have managed two wins and two defeats in their opening four games and Bacca feels they are improving after a summer of change in Milan.
“It’s a great result. We worked very hard towards this, despite the defeat in the derby, we are improving game after game,” Bacca told Sky Sport Italia.
“We know it’s not easy, but Milan have a great squad and we have to qualify for Europe. We must get back to being Milan.”
He added: “I’m very happy to have scored, as a striker always wants to find the net and help the team to win. I give 100 per cent for the team.”
Bacca moved to Milan from Sevilla during the summer and the Colombian has impressed since his move to Italy with three goals in four Serie A games.
Milan travel to Udinese on Tuesday and they are 2.38 to pick up their first win on the road in Serie A this season. A win for Udinese is 3.00 and a draw is 3.20.
Milan trail league leaders Inter Milan by six points as the Nerazzurri have won all four of their games to date this term, including a 1-0 win at Chievo on Sunday.