The former Ghana international claims he has the potential to get even better at the Italian club, as he hopes to build on last season's tally of nine goalsAC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng believes he can still improve as a player, and is aiming to score more goals for the club.
The 25-year old formed an important part of coach Massimiliano Allegri's plans for the Rossoneri's last term, despite injuries limiting him to just 27 appearances.
The former Ghana international managed nine goals over the course of the last campaign, but has made it clear he would like to increase that total this season.
"I'm still young, I'm 25, I believe I can improve in some aspects of my game," Boateng told Milan Channel.
"I like to get in to goalscoring positions. I scored several goals last season, but I would like to score even more in the future."
Milan next match is a pre-season friendly against Brazilian side Cruzeiro on August 4, while their Serie A campaign gets underway on August 26, when they will host Sampdoria at San Siro.
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