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M'Baye Niang says it is a dream come true to play for AC Milan and isn't letting their UEFA Champions League exit spoil his season.

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M'Baye Niang: In action for AC Milan

M'Baye Niang: In action for AC Milan

The 18-year-old striker joined Milan in August 2012 and became the second youngest goalscorer in the club's history later that year.

Niang believes the team's recent last-16 loss against Barcelona in Europe has taught him valuable lessons as they allowed a 2-0 first leg lead to slip away to lose 4-2 on aggregate.

"We missed out on Champions League success this season against the greatest team in the world," Niang said.

"Despite this, I know that at the top level you need take chances when you get them.

"I am very happy in Milan, I feel I am learning every day with the great coaches they have here.

"It is a dream come true for me to be at this club and I want to win titles here."

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