The Italian confirmed his desire to "continue to build" at the club after a lengthy meeting with the directors of the Turin giants on WednesdayAntonio Conte has confirmed that he intends to stay at Juventus as they look to build on their back-to-back Serie A titles.
Conte's future at the club has been the subject of speculation in recent weeks with the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain linked, while the former midfielder himself admitted he would consider a move away from Juventus Stadium at some point in his career.
However, speaking after a lengthy meeting with the club's directors on Wednesday, Conte confirmed his commitment to building on his success in Turin.
"I will stay at Juventus. We want to continue to build," he told reporters.
Juve president Andrea Agnelli added that plans had been put in place for the forthcoming two seasons for the Old Lady.
"We planned the 2013-14 season and the next. It will be a two-year period," he said.
Conte has been in charge of Juventus since replacing Luigi Del Neri in 2011.