The Bianconeri ended the season by breaking yet another record and the veteran admits they have set a difficult bar to surpass in seasons to comeJuventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo says it will be difficult for the club to replicate their achievements this season after setting a new European points record on Sunday.
The midfielder scored a free-kick as the Turin giants beat Cagliari 3-0 on Sunday to take their points tally for 2013-14 to 102.
Juve were crowned champions for a third successive year several weeks ago and Pirlo admitted their success in recent years will be difficult to replicate.
We wanted to win today to reach 100 points and we’ve done it. We’ve broken every record and we’re really happy to be celebrating," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"Given Roma's strength, it’s been a difficult campaign, but we’ve picked up an awesome number of victories.
"It’s been an extraordinary season, it will be tough for our record to be beaten. We broke all records and it will be hard to repeat this."
However, speculation continues to surround the future of coach Antonio Conte after he revealed his willingness to discuss other 'projects' and Pirlo is keen to see the situation resolved sooner rather than later.
"Conte deserves credit for a big part of our successes," Pirlo added.
"I have never seen it before that the fans were chanting the coach's name. I hope his future will be resolved soon."