The Rossoneri midfielder intends to banish the disappointment of last season's 'ghost goal' with victory in Turin on Sunday as his side continue to chase Napoli
The Ghanaian midfielder looked to have given the Rossoneri a 2-0 lead against the Old Lady when he seized on a rebound in the clash last February but, despite the ball being some way over the line, the officials neglected to give a goal before the Bianconeri ultimately secured a 1-1 draw.
Although Muntari has played down the importance of the incident, he admits he he would relish a legitimate strike and a win against the champions.
"I'd certainly like to score against Juventus," the 28-year-old said.
"I haven't scored in the league this year, but against Juventus it would also be fine if one of my teammates hit the net. Most of all, it is important to win."
"That memory [of the 'ghost goal'] does not bother me.
"Some things are part of football. If something bothers you, it means you don't want to go forward. Though that goal was legitimate, it was not essential. It's true, we were ahead on the scoreboard, but Juventus was stronger and deserved the Scudetto last year too."
Meanwhile, striker Giampaolo Pazzini believes securing at least second spot this season should be a target for a side with the history and reputation of Milan.
"No one organization is so pervasive and no one has a coat of arms comparable to Milan," the 28-year-old Italian told Forza Milan ahead of the game against the Bianconeri.
"This is the most successful club in the world and those lucky enough to play with it does not take long to realise it."