The Italian champions finished the season with 102 points and a perfect home record in Serie A and their coach is delighted with his side's historic achievements
The Turin giants concluded their Serie A-winning campaign by breaking the 100-point barrier thanks to a 3-0 win over Cagliari, maintaining their perfect home record this term.
The former Siena coach is delighted with his troops and believes that they have earned a place in the history books.
"The guys have been special up until now but they've surpassed themselves [this season] and what they've done is truly extraordinary. I'll never stop thanking them," he told the club's official website.
"Now we'll all celebrate together because we've achieved a historic goal, toppling record after record: 102 points, 19 wins from 19 at home, the best attack and best defence.
"People will be speaking about this Juventus side for a long time to come.
"We had strong rivals in Roma but managed to maintain our ferocious mentality, continuing to win even when we had achieved Scudetto success. Only a special group would have been able to pull it off."