The Argentine attacker is keen to emulate the Bianconeri icon and has set his sights on winning silverware with the Italian champion.
The Argentina international signed a three-year deal with the Serie A champion on Wednesday and is keen to follow in the footsteps of the former Italy international in Turin.
"It's a pleasure to have Del Piero's shirt. He's a great champion and I hold him in high esteem," Tevez said at a press conference. "The big challenge isn't wearing the No. 10, but being up to the standard of Juve. I wore Maradona's No. 10 at Boca."
Tevez then went on to discuss his ambitions for next season and stressed that winning the Serie A title is his main objective.
"I'm not currently thinking about being next season's top scorer. I'm thinking about the targets the team could reach," Tevez said. "We must win Serie A. The dream is the Champions League, but we need to take one step at a time.
"Playing for Juve, one of the greatest clubs in the world, excites me. I've always liked Italian football. I want to bring my experience and quality to the team."
The 29-year-old also briefly discussed AC Milan's interest -- it was reported that Milan was in the running for Tevez's services recently -- and stressed that he has not been in touch with Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani for some time.
"I want to make this clear," Tevez said. "I haven't spoken to Galliani recently, the last time was over a year ago."