Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi was visibly upset after his side's 3-1 home defeat against Genoa.
It was yet another disappointing performance for the Rossoneri with the 41-year-old reportedly set to be sacked today and replaced by Cristian Brocchi.
But he insists he has no regrets during his time as Milan coach.
"I'm sorry [for the defeat]," Inzaghi told Sky Sport Italy.
"We wanted to produce a good game but we played against a team who is [mentally] better than us at the moment. We just now have to finish the season with dignity.
"I always gave my best [for Milan], the club will take a decision but Milan is in my heart regardless of the decision they will tkae.
"But I have no regrets, in January/February we lost a number of players [because of injury] so we lacked in organisation. We lost our identity and we changed something, which maybe was the mistake we made.
"We now have to look forward because Milan will always be Milan."