The 44-year-old voices his delight with Sunday's comfortable Serie A victory over Roma but insists that the reigning Italian champions cannot afford to get complacentJuventus coach Antonio Conte feels that it is too soon to say that the Serie A title race is already over despite the Bianconeri's 3-0 win over Roma on Sunday.
The reigning champions moved eight points clear of the Giallorossi with the victory but the 44-year-old warns that anything can still happen between now and the end of the season.
"The eight-point gap is important but we can't afford to let it pull the wool over our eyes and lose concentration. Anything is still possible - just look at how we've made up 13 points on Roma," he told the club's official website.
"Sunday's victory is just an important step. We've still got one more game in Cagliari to round off the first half of the season, then on with the second.
"When you play against great teams like Roma, you need to take advantage of their weak points. It would have been a problem had we not adequately prepared from a tactical point of view."