Milan's new goalkeeper Flavio Roma is happy to have finally crowned his career with a move to the prestigious Serie A club following eight years spent in France with Monaco.
His only regret could be the fact that he has achieved this goal late in his career, but Roma will still give his best to end his career on a high.
"It's the dream of a career," declared the veteran shot-stopper to Sky Sport 24. "It arrives at 35 years of age and it's the result of a great work done during these years. Milan is a great opportunity.
"Now I need to find the right performances. I've been training for a day at Milanello, but have been training for around a month and a half in France. I'm ready.
"I found very motivated team-mates. We speak about winning. They're not sitting down on the past and on what they have obtained, but on what is awaiting them."
The 35-year-old's last season in Italy was with Piacenza, where he spent two seasons with the club, featuring in 70 league games.
Glenn Debattista, Goal.com