Patrick Cutrone has re-iterated his love for Milan but insisted he is settling in to his new surroundings at Wolves well.
Cutrone departed his boyhood club earlier in the summer, moving to Premier League side Wolves, who have Europa League play-off tie against Torino on the horizon.
The 21-year-old was appeared slightly critical of Milan in a recent interview about his exit, but has taken this opportunity to state he will ‘always love’ the Rossoneri.
“It is great to play in this stadium and for these fans, there is a climate that really makes you feel at home,” he told Sky Sports.
“It made a good impression on me; for me everything is new and I have only been here three weeks.
“The championship is different from the Italian one and I’ll have to settle in and the Europa League I’ve already played with Milan, so I was more excited when I got to play the first game at home.
“Since I was eight years old, I played at Milan. I love and have always loved Milan and I thank them for what they are on and off the pitch.
“So I will always thank them and I will always be a fan of theirs. However football is made of choices and I’m happy to be in this team now.
“Targets? Play the best possible, both in the Europa League and in the league, helping the team as much as possible by getting goals and assists.”
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