As a self-described “optimist” and a player “always looking to improve (his) game” Juve’s Uruguayan stopper Martin Caceres naturally looked ahead positively to the coming campaign on JTV this afternoon while adding that Tuesday night’s superb win and performance in Manchester won’t guarantee a result at Genoa in Serie A on Sunday.
He began: “We’re confident in what we can achieve this season and we’re delighted with the result against City. As the opening game of the Champions League it was a massive one to win.
“Sunday though is a different story, we haven’t won in the league yet and we’re looking to change that against Genoa. We haven’t made the start domestically that we would have hoped for but this is a squad that will give everything on Sunday and we’ll have to be at our best to win the game.”
With strength and depth in their ranks, the Uruguayan is optimistic that although the Champions League presents a different challenge to Italian football, this new-look Juve squad can and will do better on the domestic front in the coming weeks.