The 29-year-old Argentine is loving life in Turin and believes that Antonio Conte's men have the talent to sweep all before them at home and in Europe
The Bianconeri, who are bidding for their third successive Scudetto, are currently just three points behind Italian league leaders Napoli, while Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Real Madrid, coupled with Galatasaray's defeat in Copenhagen, has put their European destiny back in their own hands.
Juve clearly have much work to do on both fronts but Tevez is in a bullish frame of mind after a positive start to the campaign.
"The first goal this season is called the Scudetto," the 29-year-old told reporters. "We want to win it, all the more so because it would be historic: the third in a row for Juventus; a record.
"It would be a very important achievement; an honour for the history of the club.
"Then, there's the Champions League ..."
Tevez has made a flying start to his Serie A career following his summer switch from Manchester City and the well-travelled forward freely admits that he feels right at home in Turin.
"I've very happy to have moved to Juventus," he enthused. "It's a top club, like all my previous teams. Boca, Corinthians, the two Manchester sides - I don't see any differences.
"I'm happy, as Turin is a beautiful city. And the fans shower me in affection. I'm feeling good. And it's always pleasing to hear the people singing my name."