The two clubs meet later today.
“It will be a very important game and more silverware for the trophy cabinet, but will not decide our season, as there are another 38 matches in Serie A after that,” said the Rossoneri Vice-President.
“The climactic conditions are difficult, as it’s like a sauna in the stadium! The humidity level is above 90 per cent, but then Inter will be having the same problems as us, so it evens out.”
Milan won their first Scudetto in seven years and are now turning their focus towards Europe.
“Last season Mark Van Bommel, Urby Emanuelson and Antonio Cassano were cup-tied for us, so we can say that we are a stronger side in the Champions League this time round.”