Carlos Bacca has insisted that he joined the “the worst Milan in history” when he arrived from Sevilla, but did defend his own performances during that period.
The striker amassed 34 goals in 76 competitive appearances for the Rossoneri, but departed in the summer for Villarreal on loan with a €15.5m option to buy.
“The years at Milan were satisfactory for me on a personal level,” Bacca insisted on W Radio Colombia.
“I achieved the objectives set. It could have gone better, but that needs the help of the directors and the team.
“I was in the worst Milan in history.
“After 30 years, President [Silvio] Berlusconi wanted to sell the club, then with the Coach [Vincenzo Montella] and the new owners we had different ideas.
“I left with my head held high though, because Milan are in Europe and I contributed to that.
“I’m happy Milan are back in Europe, that was my objective when I left Sevilla.”