Pavel Nedved believes Juventus can go far after a positive start to the season under new boss Gigi Del Neri.
The 38-year-old Czech winger was recently made a director at the club and will be present once again at the Olimpico.
"I no longer have the desire to play," Nedved said. "Milos Krasic runs a lot more than me. He is quicker and a great player.
"To tell the truth I have never thought about coming out of retirement and no one has made me an offer. There is still time, hopefully in the new stadium," he joked.
"I have given everything. I don't have any regrets even if I have to adapt myself to my new role and understand what I can do well for the club.
"I like this Juve a lot. It's a strong team. It doesn't need me anymore and can go very far. Finally I can dedicate myself to the sports that I was forbidden from playing as a footballer like skiing and ice hockey with my son."
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