Posted On Friday, 26th April 2013
Midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng says AC Milan will keep on pushing for second place in Serie-A but will be content with third if their efforts fail to pay off.
The Rossoneri trail Napoli by seven points in the race for the second-spot with just five games remaining.
Milan’s task of catching up with Napoli looks extremely daunting but the Ghanaian remains hopeful of his side’s chances.
Boateng however says they will be satisfied with a third-place finish once they know all chances of finishing second is gone.
“It does not happen, we will take the third place,” he said.
Milan will have to pile up the pressure on Napoli with a win this weekend at home to Catania to maintain their hopes of finishing second.