Settled and scoring
"I’ve learned so much since arriving here. I was in transition for the first few months, adapting to a new home, new coach, new team-mates and naturally I needed a bit of time to settle down.
"We’re playing with a different shape at the moment and winning consistently; we’re creating chances while giving very few away. I’ve got some world-class defenders behind me and quality attackers on either side.
"We huffed and puffed at the start of the season but now we’re taking everything in our stride. As a group we play with our heads and that’s allowed us to become very flexible tactically. Now that I’ve picked up the rhythm of the team and grown in confidence, I can feel myself becoming a key player for Juventus."
“I’ve slotted in everywhere in midfield in my career. I’m one half of a pair in front of the defence at the moment and it’s a role that I’m used to having been deployed there for Bosnia. I think all good players should be able to play anywhere on the field.
“Everything is up for grabs between now and May. The most important thing you learn at Juventus is that winning is all that matters; the drive to succeed here is extraordinary and it inspires you to improve as a player.
"The sky is the limit for this group; we believe that we are good enough to win every trophy and we’ll work hard to that end.
"Roma and Napoli (who face off this weekend) are two excellent sides that play good football; I think it will be a good game to watch. Our focus though is solely on Udinese."
“Higuain and Dzeko are two top-class strikers. Gonzalo is just on fire and is continuing the form he showed last season. Edin struggled a bit in his first campaign in Italy but now he’s showing just how good he is.
"Dzeko is definitely more of a target man who relishes the physical battles while Higuain loves the ball to his feet where he can turn and dribble or bring other guys into play; he’s so powerful and so consistent in front of goal.”