The legendary attacker has told reporters that the restoration of the Siena trainer to the Old Lady's bench will help the team as they aim to fight on three fronts
The trainer is back in the dugout after a six-month ban for his alleged involvement in the latest match-fixing scandal to rock Italy, and the Czech legend is excited by the prospect of seeing the coach in charge again.
"We're back among the European greats. There are perhaps three or four teams who are better equipped than we are, but there's very little difference," Nedved is quoted as saying on Juventus' official website.
"They banned a world-class coach and his return will make it tougher for everyone to stop us," he added.
The director believes his side have the right resources to build upon last season's success, and defend their Scudetto.
"Following up last year's achievement will be even more difficult, but I can see the right determination from the entire team.
"They were already thinking about Palermo immediately after going through to the Champions League knockout stages on Wednesday night. That's the right mentality to have in today's football."
The Bianconeri currently occupy first place in the table after winning 11 of their opening 15 games, and travel to face Palermo on Sunday.