The Argentine, who has scored 12 goals since his arrival in Turin in the summer, says he is happy at the Scudetto holders and will relish the winter break
The Argentine, 29, has scored 12 goals in his 24 Bianconeri appearances this season and has been a constant starter in the XI.
Despite the disappointment of being dumped out of the Champions League at the group stage, Antonio Conte's men have been flying in Serie A and Tevez is thrilled with life in Italy.
"I am very happy in Turin," the striker told Corriere dello Sport. "Now the most important thing is to get some rest and prepare for the match against Roma.
"We wanted to be ahead in Serie A this stage. We know that this Juventus are much a much stronger team than the ones that won the last two Scudettos.
"I'm happy because this group of players is spectacular."
Juve, who are five points ahead of second-placed Roma, are back in action on January 6 after the current winter break against the Giallorossi.