It was only this summer that Robert Acquafresca joined Atalanta, but the 22-year-old striker could be on the move again if transfer rumours are to be believed.
Juventus have allegedly been following the player's movements, but a thigh injury has struck his progress down.
Now that he is returning to full fitness, the Italian international wants to do well for his team, and not focus about what the rumours are suggesting.
"The interest from Juventus is a grand honour," Acquafresca told Tuttosport as quoted by Novantesimo.it. "Everyone dreams of playing for a big club.
"But, I need to keep my feet on the ground.
"At the moment, I play in Bergamo, and have to do my best here," concluded the hitman.
Should the Bianconeri make a move for him, the former Cagliari player will re-join Italy team-mates Claudio Marchisio, Sebastian Giovinco and Paolo De Ceglie.
Rick D'Andrea, Goal.com