The Ghana international has voiced his opinion that the Bianconeri will have to keep on giving their all in order to challenge for the Scudetto
The reigning champions went four points clear of second-placed Inter this weekend following their 6-1 win over Pescara and their rivals' 3-2 loss against Atalanta, but Asamoah has insisted they have not achieved anything yet.
"It was a good result [against Pescara], but it hasn’t changed anything as far as the dressing room atmosphere is concerned," Asamoah stated at a Juventus Club Doc fan evening in Rivara.
"We’ve begun well and taken many points from our start to the season, but there are still plenty of games to play.
"We need to hang in there, fighting all the way to the end."
Juventus resume Serie A action on Saturday against Lazio.