The Chilean is eager to score more goals and thinks his side will win Serie A with performances like the one in Saturday's win against Sampdoria.
Arturo Vidal is eager to continue his rich vein of goalscoring form after his double helped Juventus beat Sampdoria 4-2 Saturday.
The Chilean is Serie A's top-scoring midfielder and netted his ninth and 10th league goals of the season as Juve maintained its 100 percent record at home.
But despite already matching his personal tally from last season at the midway stage of this campaign, Vidal insists what counts above everything is helping the team win.
"I work every day to keep developing and am happy to have found the target tonight," the midfielder said. "I haven't set any specific target for my goals. I just want to carry on like this to the end.
"I don't have any bonus tied to goals in my contract, I just do it for the team. Last time I gave the penalty to [Mirko] Vucinic, but this time it was for me and thankfully I scored."
Sampdoria was the last side to earn a league win in Turin, but further goals from Fernando Llorente and Paul Pogba ended any hopes of a repeat scenario.
Despite suffering a tense period in the second half when Manolo Gabbiadini made it 3-2, Vidal feels his teammates showed they were worth the win as Juve continues defending its crown.
"Serie A is a difficult league. Roma and Napoli have great players, but we must continue like this to the end in order to earn a third consecutive Scudetto," the 26-year-old said. "Sampdoria came here to play their football and I think they are a really good side who can go far this season."