With the Rossoneri sitting 10th in Serie A, the club have arranged a training camp, which will begin later on today, in an effort to boost team spirit ahead of crucial games against Barcelona and Chievo.
"The decision [to organise a training camp] was made by the club along with the coach and players," the 46-year-old told Sky Sport Italia. "It's the worst moment of my three and a half years at Milan.
"We need to find the solution to get out of this moment. Staying together will help us prepare for Barcelona and Chievo, above all psychologically.
"Are the players still behind me? The players shouldn't be behind me, they should be behind each other and work together as a team. It's my job to indicate them in the right direction."
Six teams could overtake Diavolo by the end of tomorrow's round of fixtures.