By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Bojan, who joined the Rossoneri on loan from Roma in the summer, has played in six games but is yet to find the back of the net.
Milan have also struggled for form so far this season and are currently 11th in Serie A after picking up just seven points from seven games.
Nonetheless, the Spain international insists he is enjoying life at the San Siro, and insists there is nothing for Milan fans to get worried about.
"The experience in Milan has been very positive," he told Grada360. "The atmosphere is fantastic and my team-mates have welcomed me.
"There are a lot of new players, but with a little patience we will move things forward."
The 22-year-old also believes that fact he broke into the Barcelona first-team at the age of 17 has made people expect a lot from him.
"I am on 22 years old and sometimes people think I'm older and demand a lot from me," Bojan added.
"But I am calm and showing that I still have a long way to improve and learn."
Bojan became the youngest player to play for Barca in 2007 when he came on for a La Liga game against Osasuna, breaking Lionel Messi's record in the process.