The Argentine is hopeful of winning his first Scudetto after joining the reigning Italian champions from Udinese and is ready to play wherever Massimiliano Allegri needs himRoberto Pereyra says that a club of Juventus' stature should always aim high and has thus set his sights on helping the club claim a fourth consecutive Serie A title.
The Turin giants proved to be too strong for Roma and Napoli in 2013-14, claiming their third Scudetto in a row with a record points haul of 102, and summer signing Pereyra is keen for the Bianconeri continue their dominance this term.
"Juventus must always be fighting to win the league and that’s precisely why we’re working so hard," the former Udinese man told Sky Sport.
"We’re preparing ourselves to be ready and in form for the start of the campaign."
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old insists that he's already settled in Turin and claims that he is happy to play wherever Massimiliano Allegri needs him this season.
"I’ve been given a wonderful welcome by my team-mates and the fans, who have made me immediately feel at home," Pereyra enthused. "I hope I’m able to repay their support by playing and scoring as much as possible.
"The coach is very professional and you can see he works well. I like playing behind the strikers and either side of a central midfielder. A wide man in a front three? Why not? Whatever the manager wants ..."