The veteran shot-stopper insisted that he still has lots to accomplish with the Turin-based outfit and hopes to add the Coppa Italia to the Bianconeri's trophy cabinet this season
The 34-year-old custodian has been a vital part of Juve's set-up since joining the club from Parma in 2001 in a deal worth €54 million.
The Italy international has been linked with a new challenge as his contract expires in 2013, but the keeper does not see his future away from Turin.
"My future will always be painted in black and white," he told Radio Deejay. "We still have important goals to fight for after all the Scudetti we have won over the years.
"I have celebrated the league title five times, but to keep talking about the '30' Scudetti gets boring."
Buffon went on to say that he is expecting an enthralling encounter when Juve face Napoli in the Coppa Italia final on Sunday.
"It is great to participate when you are part of a group like ours, even if you do not play," he added.
"I hope that it will be a great spectacle, on and off the field, between two great sides from two intense cities."