The Italian coach maintains that he has the backing of the president, while saying that his side have been the victim of a negative campaign started by the mediaAC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has guaranteed that he enjoys a good rapport with president Silvio Berlusconi.
The Rossoneri moved down to second in the Serie A table at the weekend after a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Fiorentina, which allowed Juventus to regain top spot.
Tuesday's 1-0 victory against Chievo has seen Milan provisionally move to the top of the table, but the result has certainly done little to decrease Berlusconi's worries about the team's poor form in recent games, as the San Siro club turned in a disappointing display.
"I often speak with Berlusconi," Allegri told Sky Sport Italia. "I spoke with him this morning and there are no problems.
"He wished us all good luck for the game and he believes we can win the Scudetto."
The Italian coach then highlighted the importance of getting the three points from Tuesday's game and slammed the criticism targeted at the club.
"Tonight we played a very important match," Allegri noted. "We did not play well, but if we had not won, then we would have said goodbye to the Scudetto.
"We have picked up an important result which provisionally puts us at the Serie A summit, and we were missing so many players.
"The criticism of Milan has been excessive. Everyone expected us to fall, but fortunately we were able to pick ourselves up.
"Even when we were four points ahead, the media started a campaign against us.
"Tonight, our players were able to keep the Scudetto race alive."
Juventus will play the match they have in hand against Lazio on Wednesday.