By FOX SPORTS Staff
Massimiliano Allegri's side remain undefeated in 2013 thanks to a solitary strike from Stephan El Shaarawy at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia.
The narrow victory lifted the Rossoneri to fifth in Serie A but also left Galliani to rue what might have been for his club had they made the most of the first half of the season.
Milan currently sit six points away from Lazio in third - and the final UEFA Champions League spot.
"We're doing well. We're the best team in the last 14 games," he told the club's website.
"On one hand, it's great to see how well we're doing, on the other hand, there's the bitterness for how we started.
"If we could restart the campaign from now, we'd get a Champions League spot for sure but as things are we're six points from Europe. That's still the objective though. We have a good team and we're on an average of 80 points a year.
"But we're still behind the other teams and the problem with that is that you can't afford to lose."
Milan next play Udinese at home in Serie A.