Juventus new-boy Carlos Tevez has backed his side in their pursuit of both Serie A and Champions League glory.
The 29-year old Argentine is said to be loving life in Italy, and believes that Antonio Conte's men have the quality to take the trophies home this season.
The Old-Lady is bidding to win the domestic title for a third successive season, sitting just three points behind impressive league leaders Roma.
Whilst Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Real Madrid, combined with Galatasaray's defeat means that Juventus are in control of their own European destiny.
With still a lot of work to do in both competitions, Tevez remains optomistic after a promising start start to the campaign.
"The first goal this season is called the Scudetto," the 29-year-old said. "We want to win it, all the more so because it would be historic: the third in a row for Juventus; a record.
"It would be a very important achievement; an honour for the history of the club.
"Then, there's the Champions League ..."
The well-travelled forward has got off to a flyer in Serie A, after his switch from Manchester City last summer, scoring six goals in 11 appearances.
The forward continued to admit, he feels at home in Turin: "I'm very happy to have moved to Juventus," he explained.
"It's a top club, like all my previous teams. Boca, Corinthians, the two Manchester sides - I don't see any differences.
"I'm happy, as Turin is a beautiful city. And the fans shower me in affection. I'm feeling good. And it's always pleasing to hear the people singing my name."
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