Filippo Inzaghi: 'Silvio Berlusconi is happy with AC Milan form'

Head coach of Milan Filippo Inzaghi gestures during the Serie A match between AC Milan and AC Chievo Verona at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on October 4, 2014
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Filippo Inzaghi insists that AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi is happy with how the team are performing.

Filippo Inzaghi has insisted that AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi is happy with how the team have performed in the early stages of the new season.

Milan have won four of their eight Serie A games in the current campaign, and Inzaghi believes that his side's progress is being well received by Berlusconi, who appointed Inzaghi after sacking Clarence Seedorf earlier this year.

"I spoke to Berlusconi earlier on the phone," the Rossoneri boss told reporters. "We always talk and there are always discussions between us two.

"He tells us about what he wants and puts across his views. He is happy with me and with the team. He always gives us lots of advice that proves to be right.

"I know he is happy about our attacking style of football. He prefers a centre-forward in the box, but we have showed that we can also play in another way - it went well against Lazio and Parma, but not as well against Fiorentina."

Milan meet Cagliari in Serie A on Wednesday night.

AC Milan's coach Filippo Inzaghi gives instructions to his players during a Champions Cup match against Manchester City at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on July 27, 2014
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