Silvio Berlusconi has claimed he is unconcerned by Milan's 4-0 defeat to Inter in the Derby della Madonnina, but added that the squad must stay calm and start winning again.
"Every game has its own story, and I am not worried about the future," Berlusconi stated to Italian news agency ANSA.
"I told them [the players] to stay calm and that they have to begin winning again [starting] from the next game."
Berlusconi also congratulated Inter on their victory, and added that he was happy to have met Nerazzurri coach Jose Mourinho for the first time last night.
"It was the first time that I have seen him, I was happy to meet him and he [felt] likewise."
Milan have a fortnight to mull over their defeat before they travel to Livorno in the third round of Serie A. Inter, meanwhile, will host newly-promoted Parma.
Anthony Wright, Goal.com