The Catalan full-back spent the past season on loan at former club Espanyol and now feels confident of establishing himself in the Rossoneri first team
The Rossoneri acquired the 22-year-old Catalan from Espanyol in January 2011 but he made just one appearance in Serie A before being returned to the Liga outfit in June on a season-long loan.
According to the player's representative, Vila is looking forward to linking back up with Milan as the full-back now feels he's ready to make a big impact at the Giuseppe Meazza.
"Didac would like to return to being a Milan player," agent Raul Jimenez Verdu told Milannews.it. "However, he is aware how difficult it is to carve out a space for himself in such a big team.
"But we are looking forward to meeting with Milan to assess the boy's future.
"Didac is coming off an excellent season in which he was the outfield player who played the most minutes throughout the entire Spanish Liga. He missed only one game and scored three goals."
The agent then explained that there is no chance of the youngster returning to Espanyol but hinted that there are other clubs interested in his client, throwing up the possibility of Vila being loaned out for another year.
"Well, we are talking about a player who has put himself on display in the Spanish championship, has played almost all the time, is just 22 years old and has distinguished himself in the Spanish Under-21 side," he pointed out.
"I do not exclude anything; the possibilities are many. But were are not in a hurry and we will assess the situation with great serenity."
Vila is expected to be included in Spain's squad for this summer's Olympics in London.