Antonio Conte planning big things at Juventus

Juventus' coach Antonio Conte gestures during their Serie A football match Juventus vs Sassuolo at 'Juventus Stadium' in Turin on December 15, 2013
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Juventus coach Antonio Conte is looking to stay with the club long-term, in order to make them a European force once more.

Juventus coach Antonio Conte has admitted that the Turin giants are the perfect club for him and that he intends to build big things in the years to come.

Conte has won Serie A in his first two seasons at the club but said that Juve's future lies with success in the Champions League, which will be a slow process.

"I am very happy, but the thanks must go to my players, whom I have had the pleasure to coach in these three years," ForzaItalianfootball.com quotes Conte as saying.

"We had long-term goals when I came to the club, but then we won the first Scudetto and then the second and now we will try to win the third as well.

"There is an important project in place, aimed at Europe, but we need to have patience because it is a difficult time economically for [Italian] football. In saying that, we have ideas and strength. Juve is my home and at home and I am well."

Juve are currently six points clear at the top of Serie A.

Mirko Vucinic of Juventus celebrates scoring the first goal during the Serie A match against Bologna at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara on March 16, 2013
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