The Bianconeri qualified for the semifinals of the Coppa Italia this week, while they are are also still in the race for the Champions League, and sit atop of the Serie A table at the moment.
"We’re getting to the most tricky part of the season, with many important games coming thick and fast," he told Mediaset.
"This is also a good aspect, as it means we’re still on track in every competition. We hope to keep making progress."
The tricky attacker meets former team Parma this weekend, and says he has nothing but good memories from his time at the Ennio Tardini.
"I owe Parma a great deal, they believed in me and relaunched my career. I know them well and they have become even more compact and harder to beat under [Roberto] Donadoni.
"However, we want to bounce back from the Sampdoria defeat and will do all we can to win."