Gianluigi Buffon believes Juventus tried their best and wants 'another three years' with them.
The veteran goalkeeper was unable to repeat the Berlin victory at the World Cup in 2006 as the Bianconeri lost the Champions League final to Barcelona 3-1.
“There was a moment in which I allowed myself to believe in the epic feat,” he admitted to Tuttosport.
“We couldn't finish it off because certain qualities emerged, not because we didn't try hard enough. But we proved that we're quite comfortable at these levels.
“It's a shame, but I know how to handle the moments of happiness and disappointment that sports will give you.
“We started out as the underdogs, but we shouldn't have any regrets over this final.”
The 37-year-old was also asked about his future, as some of Juve's icons look like they could leave the club this summer.
“I want to keep myself at these levels for at least three more years.
“Then I'll draw the blinds. I hope I'll have fulfilled at least one more dream by then.”
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