The France midfielder feels the Serie A champion remains one of Europe's prominent clubs and is still confident of progressing from Champions League Group B.
Paul Pogba insists Juventus is still a force to be reckoned with in Europe despite the fight the club faces to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.
The Turin club sits bottom of Group B on three points after Tuesday's 2-2 draw against Real Madrid and Copenhagen's win over Galatasaray, yet Pogba feels the team should still be feared despite a troublesome start to its European campaign.
"Juventus will always be Juventus, a great team, and everyone should be afraid of facing us," he told Sky Sport Italia. "We have to prove that we're strong and that we can win. We have to think about ourselves, focus on winning and only afterwards see what the other teams have done."
The Frenchman then went on to reflect on Tuesday's draw against Madrid and was pleased with the performance of his side.
"We put in a good performance, especially in the first half, and we did want to start strong," he said. "We were facing a great team and saw that the moment we make one mistake, they hit us with pace."
The Serie A champion hosts Copenhagen in three weeks' time, before traveling to Istanbul to face Galatasaray in its final group game on December 10.