Pirlo joined Juve from AC Milan on a free transfer in 2011, helping Antonio Conte's side claim two consecutive Serie A titles and enjoy a 49-match unbeaten run.
The 34-year-old has conceded that he may be forced to go abroad when his contract expires next summer, but for now Juve remains his priority.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I'll certainly play on, we'll just have to see where. I've already spoken to the club and we'll meet again at the end of the season.
"Juve are my priority, but I don't want to be a weight for anybody. The years go by, but it is not written that I have to stay here just because I am called Pirlo. I want to feel important and a part of the side's success, otherwise I'll leave. But I want to underline that it won't be a problem about money or choosing between one club and another.
"If I had to change, perhaps I'll go abroad. I'll certainly continue playing for a high level team. I've spoken with my agent and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, someone who I regularly talk to. But nobody has offered me the chance to join Real."
Pirlo has made 86 appearances for the Old Lady alongside earning 102 international caps with the Azzurri.