02.10.2015 17:00 - in: Serie A S

    Dybala: “We’ll fight all the way”

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    La Joya underlines the Bianconeri’s objective to challenge on all fronts, while highlighting his strong rapport with Massimiliano Allegri and strike partner Alvaro Morata

    Paulo Dybala has insisted that Juventus’ objective this season remains to challenge for honours both in Italy and in Europe.

    The Argentine has scored two goals since joining in the summer from Palermo and admitted that he has already picked up the winning mentality that goes hand in hand with playing for the Bianconeri, crediting manager Massimiliano Allegri with helping him to adapt to a new environment and to cope with the elevated expectations.

    Speaking to Sky Sport, the striker began: “We’re Juventus and we always look for maximum points in every match. At Palermo there were different aspirations. But with my current club, we always need to honour the shirt by winning. In this sense, my attitude has changed since arriving here.

    “I’ve not been here long and everyone is doing their bit to help me settle in. Allegri knows what he’s doing, he’s an excellent coach, speaks to me a lot and helps me understand how to play here and how best to go about securing maximum points on a consistent basis.”

    The Old Lady have fared better in the Champions League than in Serie A so far this campaign, having taken maximum points from their opening Group D fixtures, in contrast to the solitary win at Genoa in Italy’s top flight, despite creating plenty of goalscoring chances.

    And the 21-year-old stressed that the team’s displays in Europe’s elite club competition were not so dissimilar to their showings domestically, but rather the continental game perhaps better favoured their style of play.

    “I don’t see a change in our level of performance. I’d say the greatest difference is that in the Champions League the teams play in a more open way, leading to bigger gaps on the field and we have the quality to exploit them.”

    Wrapping up the interview, Dybala spoke of his great understanding and rapport with fellow forward Alvaro Morata.

    The Spaniard also sits on two goals for the season and La Joya stressed that he was keen to continue picking up new tricks of the trade from his strike partner after lining up side by side against Sevilla on Wednesday.

    He concluded: “I’ve a great relationship with Alvaro. Before I arrived in the summer, he wrote to tell me that he was happy about me joining the club. We’re working hard, we’re young and we need to develop further. He’s an important player with an illustrious background at Real Madrid and he’s kicked on with Juventus. I can learn a lot from him.”

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