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Filippo Inzaghi: Keisuke Honda always had the right attitude


Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi was full of praise for midfielder Keisuke Honda ahead of Saturday's game against Chievo.

The Japan international struggled to adapt to the Italian Serie A after joining the Rossoneri during last January's transfer window but impressed during the first part of this campaign.

"I always said Honda has the right attitude," Inzaghi said on the 28-year-old.

"He's playing well, he's making himself available and is scoring goals. A coach likes to see this from his players. And he's also physically fit."

Asked if striker Giampaolo Pazzini could start against Chievo, Inzaghi said: "Everyone has a chance to start, I will assess the fitness level of [Fernando] Torres and then decide.

"As we move forward in the season, his [Torres'] fitness level will improve.

"It's normal to struggle when you lose 10 days of training."

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