Milan midfielder-turned-full-back Mathieu Flamini tried to avoid speaking about his team’s remote chances of winning the Scudetto.
However, Flamini commented on his new position which has helped him prove his worth in the past few matches, something which he failed to do in the early part of the season.
"It's too early to say anything, there are still five games left and things will be analysed at the end," declared the former Arsenal player to the Milan Channel.
"The most important thing for us was to return to the Champions League and we are succeeding. We have won many games lately, now we're second and we want to end the season in second place.
"Now I'm playing as a full-back to help the team. For me it's a pleasure, it's not a problem, even though I came to Milan to play in midfield."
Milan managed to overtake Juventus last weekend as they currently stand in second place with 67 points from 33 league games played, two points above the Bianconeri and with five games remaining.
Glenn Debattista, Goal.com