Milan's Ricky Kaka has praised the work done so far by Coach Clarence Seedorf and believes there is much more to come from the Dutchman.
The Brazilian also said that he did not currently feel tempted to follow his former teammate into coaching but always felt he would one day return to San Siro.
“It’s the first time I have worked under a former teammate,” Kaka told a Twitter Q&A session held through Milan's official account.
“I am happy about this and I think Seedorf will do a great job.
“I don’t think I will be a Coach in the future. I don’t know whether in the future I will miss being on the pitch or not. Who knows.
“I always felt that one day I would return here.”
The 31-year-old was then asked about the upcoming Champions League tie with Atletico Madrid and his chances of making Brazil’s World Cup squad.
“We are ready and confident for the game against Atletico.
“I like a lot of their players, some of their players are friends of mine, like David Villa.
“I will do all I can, I know it is up to me. Then we will see if I am on Scolari’s list.”
Finally, the Brazilian also paid tribute to the contribution of his family for his continued success as a player.
“As for who has helped me the most, the response is always the same,” he explained. “My splendid family.
“My wife and family are the people who inspire me most in life.”
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