Marko Pjaca admits Serie A “is tough, but Juventus want to win Scudetto, Coppa Italia and go as far as possible in the Champions League.”
The Croatia international was out of action for over three months due to a fracture and made his comeback last week.
“I’m feeling in good shape and it’s great to be back in action,” Pjaca told JTV.
“My leg doesn’t hurt anymore and now I have to train hard to be in the best possible condition for matches.
“To hear the compliments that the Coach has given me naturally makes me proud and I’m working day in and day out to ensure that I’m at the races for games and play as much as possible.
“The Italian league is tough, especially in terms of finding space to run into on the pitch. Your movement needs to be spot on.
“It’s very important that we kick off in the best possible way this weekend against Lazio. We’re playing in front of our fans who always make for a great atmosphere at the Stadium and help to drive us on. We need to concentrate on our main strengths, prepare for the match well and obviously win.
“This season we want to claim the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia and go as far as possible in the Champions League.”