The veteran goalkeeper feels the Serie A champions still have room for improvement despite last season's unbeaten league campaign, and he hopes to play a bigger role this term
The Old Lady went undefeated over the course of the Serie A season to win the Scudetto, while also reaching the final of the Coppa Italia final, and the experienced shot-stopper feels there is still more to come from Juve.
"We begin as defending champions after enjoying a great year. The squad has remained the same and we’ve brought in important players capable of improving the team," Storari was quoted as saying on the club's official website.
"We’re the Italian champions. We’re aware of our strength and we all realise that we can do even better in the new season."
The 35-year-old then went on to stress that he never thought about leaving Juve, and added that he is ready to step up whenever head coach Antonio Conte needs him.
"I’m happy to still be here, I renewed my contract not long ago and I’ve never thought about leaving. My aim is to do the same as last season. I’ll look to train with consistency so I’m ready whenever called upon."
Storari joined Juventus from AC Milan in the summer of 2010.