Bonansea: "I like to score goals, but I prefer making assists"
"I arrived here with a great desire to discover this world and was left feeling amazed and full of enthusiasm. We are winning and playing well, we can always do better, but I hope that we can continue like this. I knew most of the girls already, and I had already formed an excellent relationship with them before, then with the new foreign players that arrived we were able to create an even better group. We have a lot of fun together and this is one of the secrets of our success."
"What does Rita Guarino ask me to do on the pitch? Simply to be a forward! You'll see me playing in an advanced position, even if I'm used to dropping back to help out the team. I try to take on board everything that she tells me, because she lives football, so she can give me a lot of advice on how to improve myself.
"By assisting and scoring I'm returning to being a real attacker, after having played for Brescia as an attacking midfielder. I really like Coach Guarino, she is rightly hard on us during games and in training she creates a positive environment for all of us."
WOMEN'S FOOTBALL IN ITALY
"Women's football was already improving in Italy, but the entrance of Juventus and the good things that we're doing with the national team have helped with the whole movement by creating more interest. As for testing ourselves against European teams, we will have to be ready because the level abroad is higher than that of Italian teams. If we manage to make it into the Champions League very difficult matches await us."
"I'm very happy with that goals that I've scored, I didn't even think I would have scored so much! (11). The goals give you confidence, but I really like to assist my teammates, it's something that completes me. My favourite goal this season was the decisive one against Pink Bari, it felt liberating and I still get chills thinking about the joy of that moment."
MAYBE ONE DAY
"Playing at the Allianz Stadium would be a dream, hopefully one day we will get to play there!"