AC Milan manager
Milan lacked attacking intent for the majority of their clash at
Despite having just one attempt on goal in the first half and falling behind in the second half, Milan rallied together and earned a much needed point - showing a fighting spirit which has left Gattuso hopeful of a revival in 2018.
Following the game Gattuso told Mediaset Premium, via FourFourTwo: "We didn't want to lose and knew that some of our players weren't in great shape.
"It's true we didn't create much in the first half, but in the second we reacted to draw and, perhaps, could even have won it.
If this was the game to go out and stake a claim for that last European place, all the teams behind Fiorentina & Milan will be optimistic about overtaking them. Little imagination or enterprise from either side. #FiorentinaMilan— Giancarlo Rinaldi (@ginkers) December 30, 2017
"The team is starting to have that never-say-die spirit, which might not be pretty to watch, but we work as a team now."
On the performance as a whole, he added:
"Let's not forget, Fiorentina hadn't conceded in almost 500 minutes of Serie A football.