Spanish player Suso Fernandez says he wants to achieve his targets this season with Italian giant AC Milan.

The 22-year old player feels this is his season under Vincenzo Montella as the club is focused on reclaiming their lost glory. The young player joined the team from Liverpool back in January 2015 but has not been able to break into the first team and was even sent on loan to Genoa just a year later.

The player now says he wants to work his way up at the Rossoneri. After scoring six goals in 19 Serie A matches for II Grifone, the young talent is back at the San Siro and he believes that the change in coaches would be favourable to him.

Suso told Sports News outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport: “When Milan appointed Montella, I thought he was going to send me home but he likes us to play football and keep possession, which is an important philosophy for a club like Milan. If we keep the ball it’s difficult for our opponents.

“I like Montellas because he’s very Spanish in this regard. I am a person who needs to feel I have faith of the coach and this is key,” he said. He also said he has matured and that he has always wanted to play for Milano. Suso said he had had enough of the loan moves and was ready for his break out season with Milan. He said when he arrived at the club under Inzaghi he was not in great shape physically and it was fine to be left out. He said he was able to prove to everyone including himself that he was worthy of wearing a Milan shirt. He has scored two goals in this pre season for Milan already.