Alessio Romagnoli has told his AC Milan team-mates they must win both games to end the season and ‘see what happens’.
The centre-back started in Saturday’s 1-0 victory at Fiorentina, which was the Rossoneri’s first away Serie A clean sheet since January.
The result leaves Milan three points off Atalanta in fourth, who have Juventus away in their next fixture with a favour needed to help Gennaro Gattuso’s side.
“We have to focus on winning every game, then we’ll see what happens,” the captain told DAZN.
“It was a great performance tonight, especially in the first half, while we defended well in the second. We have to win both remaining matches and hope some other results go our way.”
The Milan captain also discussed the row between Tiemoue Bakayoko and Gattuso, batting away suggestions it has affected the group.
“The papers like to create all sorts of stories, but we are all concentrated only on playing.”