Sevilla striker Andre Silva admits he is not sure if he will sign for the club permanently or return to Milan in the summer.
The Portugal international striker has already netted 11 goals for the Andalusian club since joining on a season-long loan deal from the Rossoneri.
“If I had to choose I would go to play the best team in the world,” Silva told La Gazzetta dello Sport, as cited by El Desmarque.
“If you ask me about choosing between being a starter at Sevilla or returning to Milan not to play, my preference is obvious.
“But I'm in the midst of two situations: I'm fine in Sevilla and I'm a Milan player, so I do not think about that, otherwise it would be distracting.
“If Sevilla sign me permanently, it's because they trust me and think I can do it well, but it's early. Nothing has been done yet. The present will inevitably condition the future. I just want to play and be happy.
“Since my move, the Milan board they have sent me messages, they tell me that I am doing a good job, I am an investment for them.
“The most important thing for a player is confidence and here I felt a lot and immediately. I missed that in Italy.”