The Old Lady are battling on two fronts and, while the Bianconeri boss says that it is "tough and tiring" on his squad, he is enjoying the fight for Serie A and the Europa League
Juve face Sassuolo on Monday knowing that a win would move them eight points clear with three games remaining in the Italian top flight, while Thursday's home game against Benfica provides the opportunity to reach a European final.
The Portuguese side hold a 2-1 lead going into the second leg but, with an away goal and a 27-match unbeaten home run behind them, Conte's side have a good chance of reaching the final, which will be held at their own Juventus Stadium.
Conte admits that maintaining momentum on two fronts has been tough but praises the way in which his squad have adapted to the challenge.
"Perhaps more than intense it is exciting," he remarked to the press. "The first year we weren't in Europe, last season we went out of the Champions League in the quarter-finals and this term we're going forward in the Europa League.
"It's the first time we have been challenging on two fronts to the end of the campaign. t is tough and tiring but very exciting and this scenario has to become habitual for Juventus.
"In just three years we managed to take Juventus to compete for more than one trophy to the end, which was another of our objectives when beginning this adventure."
However, Conte expects a tough challenge against Sassuolo, who are battling to preserve their top-flight status, sitting above the drop-zone on goal difference as they go into the match.
"This is an important game, a fundamental one, as a victory would put our hands on the Scudetto," he added. "We know it's not easy, as Sassuolo are fighting for safety, so we'll need to be very wary but go there to achieve our primary objective, which I repeat is the Scudetto."
Conte expects to have Arturo Vidal back after a knee problem, although he may not risk him in the league, while Andrea Barzagli is a doubt with a calf injury.