The combative midfielder aims to guide the reigning Italian champions to more successes in the years to come, although he admits is ultimate goal is to lift the World Cup
The Chile international joined Juventus form Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 2011 and has since developed into a key player at the Bianconeri, winning two Scudetti as well as two Supercoppe Italiane in the process.
The combative 26-year-old is determined to add further titles to his collection with Antonio Conte's side, but admits his ultimate goal would be to seal a global triumph.
"Juventus have already done important things in the past few seasons," Vidal told 24horas.
"We won two league titles and as many Supercups and we aim to keep on winning silverware.
"I am 26 years old now and still have a lot years ahead of me. I hope to win more titles. I want to go to the World Cup and perhaps even win the tournament.
"And with Juve, I want to win a third consecutive Serie A title."
Juventus currently sit third in the Serie A table, trailing leaders Roma by two points.