The 42-year-old coach is delighted with the support that his team are enjoying and admitted that the club are determined to become a major force in European football again
The Bianconeri are back in the Champions League after winning their first Serie A crown since 2003 thanks to an impressive unbeaten campaign.
As the club prepare for their first official match of the season against Napoli in the Supercoppa Italiana, the Old Lady are confident, and Conte believes his side can make an impact in Europe.
"All this excitement, which was also seen last year, is what pushes us to go forward and win things for our fans," Conte told reporters at the club's Chatillon training camp.
"We want to put Juventus back where they belong. Last season, we put the club back at the top of Italian football. Now we hope to return to the top of Europe and the world."