Kaka is now part of a very different Rossoneri side to the one he left.
“Milan are amongst the seven biggest clubs in Europe and we must therefore try to win all competitions,” he said.
“Milan can do well in Italy and in Europe. We have a lot of champions who are used to certain pressures. I’m used to a winning Milan.
“It is a new situation for me though. I now have a different role here, to help the youngsters as I was helped by great champions in the past.”
Kaka has been acquired given that boss Massimiliano Allegri has reintroduced the 4-3-1-2 system at San Siro.
“I’m a trequartista, but I’ll play wherever the Coach wants me for the good of the team,” explained the South American.
“Mario Balotelli and I can work well together. Mario is doing some great things here, as he has for all the teams he has played for.
“But there is not just Mario, we have Alessandro Matri, Robinho, Giampaolo Pazzini, Stephan El Shaarawy. They are all great players.
“I need to find some consistency again, but I’m physically ready to play.”
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