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West Ham and Wolves are fighting for their Premiership lives and the teams clash at Upton Park on Tuesday night (20:00)

Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi insists he will be at the San Siro next season, despite speculation that he could leave the club.

The 36-year-old started his first game for several months against Napoli on Sunday and have suggested that Inzaghi is considering his future with the Rossoneri.

“I have made a pact with (Adriano, vice-president) Galliani to stay longer in Milan,” he said. “For this shirt I would do anything and for my part I always try to make myself ready.

“I am happy to have returned to playing from the start, I tried to exploit all the assists from my team-mates to the best of my abilities.

“I am satisfied because physically I am well, it was a long time that I hadn’t played, but I have still always felt great affection around me.”

Milan are sill in the hunt for the Scudetto this season and are only one point behind arch-rivals Inter at the top of the table.

West Ham and Wolves are fighting for their Premiership lives and the teams clash at Upton Park on Tuesday night (20:00)

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