Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he is confident his team can turn things around and produce a set of positive results.
The Rossoneri are 14th in the table ahead of tomorrow's home game against Sassuolo.
And the 46-year-old says three points are pivotal against Giuseppe Iachini's men.
"We need to be consistent with our match-day performances," Mihajlovic told reporters.
"Unfortunately, we have alternated good moments with bad moments. There have been too many highs and lows, with the exception of the derby.
"This inconsistency naturally makes it hard for the team to win. The team plays well, but then makes a few errors, fear sets in and this is hard to resolve.
"As I've said before, I am convinced that I can resolve these issues. I don't think I am a 'phenomenon' and I don't want to be arrogant, but I think I have all the characteristics and qualities in place to do well for Milan.
"If I can't do it, well, we need to call an exorcist! This team works hard and I have confidence in them. I am sure we will come out of it.
"I know a thing or two about football and how it works. If you don't collect results, then there are precise rules.
"But before changing, you have to take a long hard look at things. For instance, if the team is behind the coach and if the team is working hard.
"I would be the first to realise if things weren't going well and the first to step aside. But, the team are working hard, they are committed and all united to try and turn things around.
"Everyone has to take responsibility. I am sure I can resolve things as I have said. I see how the players work and how much desire they have."