Leonardo Bonucci is dreaming of hoisting the European Cup into the Wembley sky after Juventus qualified for the last eight of the Champions League.
Having won the first leg of their last 16 tie 3-0 at Celtic, the Old Lady finished the job in Turin on Wednesday with a 2-0 win.
“The dream continues,” the 25-year-old noted after the Italian champions kept their fifth consecutive clean sheet in the competition.
“Anything’s possible when you get to this stage, you just need a bit of luck to go all the way.”
Juventus will learn the name of their opponents in the next round when the draw is made in Nyon on March 15.
“There’s little difference between the sides now,” the Italian international added. “They’re all very strong.”
With qualification wrapped up, Juventus will now switch their attention back to the Serie A race.
“Catania are next up and we can’t allow ourselves to be distracted,” he stated ahead of Sunday’s Juventus Stadium encounter.
“We’ve got a six-point lead in the League, but last year we were seven behind and then managed to win the Scudetto.
“So we’ll go on with a humble and focused approach against a team who are enjoying a great season.”
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