In the second half we attacked with more determination. In the first half Udinese were good at closing down and the spaces were very tight, but the coach wanted us to play more width to create those spaces. We were good at finding the lead, then in the second half Udinese opened up a bit more to recover the game and that's when we were really cynical and wanted to bring home the three points.
Every time I take the field it's to give my best for the team, it seems obvious but this is it, it is the continuity of performances, every Sunday I enter the field more confident. Then listening to the coach's every day in training I understand more and more, so in the end I bring it on the field, but it starts first in training.
Let's say that the coach decides the position on the pitch, I have to be ready, I have to concentrate every game where he wants me to play, I have to be ready and give the team a performance. With the continuity of performances you can achieve great results. That's what I've always done.
Let's say that in my career I have played as a second striker when there were no forwards, but I play as an winger because the coach wants me there, where he thinks I can express myself at my best, so he has never tried me behind the striker.
Morata or Dybala? It also depends on the dynamics of the game, in the second half there were spaces to attack, in the first half Udinese closed very well and even if Morata had been there we would have had difficulties. But they're great strikers, it's fantastic to play with them, either one or the other. And the way they play the ball, from nothing they can create the winning chance and I feel good with all of them.
Milan? We have a crucial game on Wednesday. We go determined, with very good feelings, this game must give us a lot of confidence, we are Juventus, winning is what they ask of us.