The Bianconeri forward scored against former boss Claudio Ranieri's side but has already shifted his focus to the next match despite the positive result in the massive derby
The Turin giants were triumphant at the home of their arch-rivals thanks to first-half goals from Vucinic and Claudio Marchisio, with Maicon's thunderbolt proving little more than a consolation.
But, speaking to Sky Sport immediately following the match, the Montenegrin stressed he had already put the result behind him as the Bianconeri look to keep up their league-leading pace.
"If we are strong we must also show it against Napoli," said the striker.
"Getting three points here and not winning against the Neapolitans would be a disappointment."
Juventus sit two points clear of AC Milan after nine games, but meet Walter Mazzarri's side next Sunday evening, kicking-off at 20.45CET.
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