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      17.08.2016 19:50 - in: The team S

      Buffon: “More to achieve”

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      The captain speaks at Villar Perosa: “We’ve done so much as a team but there is still much more to achieve”

      Gigi Buffon says Juventus will not be resting on their laurels as they bid to make 2016/17 their most successful campaign to date.

      The captain is excited about the club’s business in the summer transfer market and says he is looking forward to seeing the new arrivals shine as the Bianconeri push for honours in four separate competitions.

      Speaking to reporters at Villar Perosa, he said: “We’ve done so much as a team but there is still much more to achieve. This club teaches you to never rest on your laurels. There are plenty of lessons to be learned from last season so we can avoid making the same mistakes again.

      “The important thing in the coming weeks is that we gel together as a group and bed in the new boys as quickly as possible: after all, we can only confirm the notion that we are favourites by demonstrating it on the pitch.

      “A message for this summer’s signings? I spoke with Dani Alves recently and I asked him to make our dreams a reality; he has won everything in his career and I truly believe he is an excellent addition to the squad.

      “It’s been a real pleasure being back in the dressing room and seeing the way the likes of Dani, Higuain and Benatia go about their work; these are guys that are used to shining on the big stage and carry themselves in a way befitting of top players.”

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