League leaders Juventus will soon be able to rely on the real Milos Krasic, the winger has told anxious supporters.
The Serbian has scored one goal in four games for the Old Lady this season, but his overall performances have been mixed.
Rumours persist that he may not be in the long term plans of boss Antonio Conte, but the 26-year-old believes he'll start to again make a difference for the team.
"It's true that I am not performing to my best, but the fans can stay calm," he noted. "I will return to the levels of last season."
Krasic began 2010-11 in blistering form following his move from CSKA Moscow, but his performances then dipped.
"I'm happy with how the team has performed so far this year," continued the international midfielder with Juve sitting top of the table.
"We'll have to see about the Scudetto though. The championship is still very long, we just have to keep doing well."
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