Angelo Ogbonna has claimed that he became a Juventino the moment he joined the Bianconeri from Torino.
The Italy international came through the youth ranks at the Granata but made a €13 million transfer to their cross-town rivals during the summer.
Ogbonna freely admits that it was a difficult decision to cross the Turin divide but says he now feels right at home at Juventus Stadium.
"I felt like a Juventino from the first day, even though it was not easy to forget 12 years with the Granata," the versatile centre-half told La Stampa.
"Juve are different. They are more distinguished and the objectives are different. There is only one target: victory."
Ogbonna has yet to nail down a regular berth in Antonio Conte's starting line-up but says that he is learning all the time.
"Conte wants me more aggressive, but in the competitive sense and in the reading of the game," he explained.
The 25-year-old Ogbonna has made five Serie A appearances for Juventus so far this season.