Massimiliano Allegri insists that the destiny of the Scudetto lies in Milan's hands this season.
The League leaders drew 4-4 with Udinese on Sunday, but retain a four-point advantage over second-placed Napoli.
"The lads were very good yesterday," Allegri said. "The point we got against Udinese was a big one. It was important.
"We have closed the first half of the season with 40 points and hope to do the same if not more in the second half.
"We are keeping an eye on what's going on behind us, but this is normal when you have your destiny in your own hands.
"Yesterday's game gives us a lot of strength."
Asked about whether Milan will look to reinforce in the January transfer window, he said: "No, we are fine the way we are."
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