Roberto Donadoni believes Parma more than earned their point against Juventus and he shook off rumours of a future at Milan.
The Ducali drew 1-1 with the Serie A leaders when Nicola Sansone wiped out a deflected Andrea Pirlo free kick.
“We did well in the first half, creating important chances and allowing Juve only one shot,” said the Coach.
“They found the goal with a heavy deflection, but we fought back and recovered with a great performance.
“I have said it all season, we are not content with anything, as every Sunday we get closer to our first objective of safety and then after that will try to earn whatever comes next.”
The equaliser was scored by Italy Under-21 international Sansone, who was born in Germany and grew up in the Bayern Munich youth academy.
“Sansone has different characteristics to the others in the squad and is really improving. He is hungry for results and that means he never stops. The whole team has that spirit.”
There have been reports this week that Donadoni is earmarked as the replacement for Massimiliano Allegri at Milan next season.
“I want to end the season with Parma, then I have more years on my contract. My path here will tell me what the future says, but the present is Parma.”
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