Filippo Inzaghi says he is ready to continue as Milan coach despite a disappointing season in his first year in charge.
The Rossoneri produced a solid performance to beat Torino 3-0 at home on Sunday evening to move up to tenth in the table.
"It wasn't easy playing against this Torino side," Inzaghi told Sky Sport Italy.
"We did well before [Cristian Zaccardo's] red card.
"[The season?] My only regret is that I didn't have all the players available.
"When a player like [Stefan] El Shaarawy is out for six/seven months, replacing him is difficult. Same goes for [Riccardo] Montolivo.
"I hope to be here next season as well, I have a contract. I'm convinced that I can bring Milan back to where it belongs.
"All I was told is to keep working. I have a contract, if the club doesn't say anything I will continue with my work.
"It is normal to read rumours about other coaches when the season goes wrong. I often speak with [Carlo Ancelotti], he made history here at Milan.
"But the club will assess the situation and decide."