AC Milan boss Clarence Seedorf believes that the side are making good progress after winning their last three Serie A matches.
AC Milan manager Clarence Seedorf has said that his side are "on the right road" after securing their third Serie A victory in a row on Monday evening.
Goals from Adel Taarabt and Keisuke Honda were enough to give the Rossoneri a 2-1 success over Genoa, which moved them level on points with 10th-placed Torino in the table.
Seedorf, who succeeded Massimiliano Allegri as coach in January, believes that Milan are making good progress.
"When the results don't come, it's normal to have to work harder. We're on the right road and the players are following," FourFourTwo quotes Seedorf as saying.
"I'm happy to see the improvements and the increase in self-confidence. I'm happy for the players as the results are thanks to them."
Milan host Catania on Sunday.
Result: Milan edge past Genoa >