"We mustn't be fooled by the defeat against Atalanta," he explained. "We will be facing a Milan side on the up who want to reassert themselves and secure a place in the Champions League.
"These three wins have been a tonic," the Frenchman continued. "But we will have to play without fear on Sunday and show determination to prove ourselves.
"They may be a better side on paper, but that doesn't always play out on the pitch.
"But that doesn't mean that we should hope for them to have two bad games in a row as that isn't very likely."