Juventus midfielder, Kwadwo Asamoah has revealed his intentions to continue playing under the tutelage of head coach Maximiliano Allegri.
Allegri extended his contract with the Bianconeri’s earlier this week and will lead the Turin-based club until June 2018.
Asamoah has been blighted with series of injuries particularly this season which has seen him featuring in limited number of matches for the Zebras. The 27-year-old has appeared on ten (10) occasions for the Old Ladies in the Serie A this season.
“So many teams try to win in Italy and we won five titles in a row,” the Ghana international told Sky Sport Italia.
“These four Scudetti I was involved in are the best things in my career and I’m happy to do it with Coach Allegri. I am fine anywhere he wants me to play.
“He is very good, is always close to the players both on the field and off. He helps those who play and those who are on the pitch less often.
“I am convinced that with him we can go a long way still.”
Juventus won their fifth straight Scudetto trophy with three matches to spare after Napoli was beaten by Roma, despite starting on a poor note.
Asamoah will have the chance to win double this season as Juventus face AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final on May 21, an opportunity to defend the trophy won last year.