MILAN – This is what Milan’s Marco Amelia had to say to the Milan Channel in an exclusive interview earlier today:"I’m doing well and I’m getting better. We’ve gone about these past 10 days in the right way. We’ve reacted well at a difficult time and we’ve got to stay on this path ahead of the match with Genoa. I’ve had good and bad times in my career and I’ve seen how you have to react. We’ve given the right response. There’s still disappointment about the start of the season because it took away the chance to challenge for important objectives. However, this is the reality of the situation and we have to climb the league table as soon as possible and then we’ll focus on next season. Gasperini is a very experienced coach. I spent a year with him when I played for Genoa and it was a great season. I was surprised that he wasn’t able to replicate that at Inter because he’s a very knowledgeable coach who takes care of every aspect, especially the fitness of the team. He’s back at Genoa and he’s showing his worth. The squad is solid, they’ve got good technical players and we’ll have to be at our best. We need to give a top Milan performance and we have to win. As the last line of the defence, I fear the strikers the most. Gilardino has had an excellent season, Sculli wants to show how good he is after his time at Lazio, Calaiò has great qualities and experience, but there are also some good youngsters in the squad. We need to pay attention to their game plan. During the offensive phase, they utilize all their players with great intensity. The Marassi stadium is a unique place. It’s like having an extra player out on the pitch. We’ll have to try and focus solely on matters on the pitch and block out everything off it. Obviously, some stadiums make things more complicated, but we’ve already been to the Marassi and picked up points against Sampdoria. Perin is like an adopted son, he was the fourth-choice goalkeeper when I was at Genoa. I’m happy that he’s showing his potential. He has great qualities and he can have a great career. I’m happy he’s doing well."