The Chile international is keen to prove his worth and help the reigning Serie A champions to more silverware after recovering from a knee injury that hampered his form
Mauricio Isla is keen to repay Juventus for their faith in him following his return to full fitness.
The 25-year-old joined the Serie A champions from Udinese in 2012, but initially saw his opportunities limited as he struggled for form following knee surgery.
However, having started Juve's last two Serie A fixtures, Isla is now determined to make a positive impact and give something back to the reigning champions.
"I had a nasty injury and everyone here at Juventus has been very patient with me," Isla told reporters.
"I have always given my all, but I need to continue working hard to repay people for the faith they have shown.
"[Antonio] Conte decided that I would stay at this club and I'm happy to be here, but I need to show that on the field of play."