Alberto Aquilani is hoping to call the San Siro home for a significant period of time, having initially joined AC Milan on loan from Liverpool.
The Italian midfielder spent the entirety of last season with Juventus and, once again, has the opportunity to prove he is worth a permanent punt as he strives for a full-time return to Serie A.
And, should the 27-year-old stay fit, he is likely to get the move he so craves, with Milan obliged in the agreement with Liverpool to buy Aquilani if he makes 25 appearances for the club.
It would be a deal that would suit all parties, with Aquilani desperate to leave Liverpool, while the Reds are hoping to completely remove the Italy international from the Anfield wage bill.
And Aquilani is looking to hit the ground running for the Rossoneri in both the league and in Europe.
"I want to win something important with Milan," he told Corriere dello Sport.
"I have been changing teams for three years now and I want to affirm myself at Milan by staying for a long time."
Aquilani joined Liverpool from Roma for £17 million in 2009, but failed to make a lasting impression on Merseyside.