The Bianconeri striker is hoping to complete his collection of continental medals and to help his side close out the Serie A title race.
The Argentine moved to Turin in the summer from Manchester City and has scored 11 goals in 19 league appearances as the Bianconeri sit eight points clear of nearest rivals Roma.
However, he was unable to prevent a premature Champions League exit, but the 29-year-old is determined to make up for it in Europe's secondary competition.
"I'm thinking about both competitions. I want them both," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "I won titles in Argentina, Brazil and England. Italy would be the fourth country. I dream of writing a page in the history of this club.
"[The Europa League] is the only international competition I'm missing at club level."
Despite Juve's hefty lead at the top of Serie A, Tevez is adamant that the title race is far from over, given some of its tough trips to come.
"Unfortunately, it's not finished. We have some of the toughest away matches: Napoli, Roma, Lazio, AC Milan and Udinese, for example," he said.
Finally, Tevez says that playing in Serie A has made him a more complete player following successful spells in England, Brazil and Argentina.
"It's still the toughest league in the world. It's the university of football. Tactically, it's at the highest level here and we suffer on the field," he said. "Italy is completing me. If you can score goals here, you can anywhere."