The Ghana international is focused on having a great time at club level after recovering from an injury plague.
Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah is eyeing a good campaign this season, following a troubled past two years.
The 27-year-old has been a victim of a series of injuries since 2014, compelling him to make just 18 league appearances for the Old Lady the past two seasons.
The playmaker is currently with the reigning Italian champions in preseason in Australia.
“I feel in excellent shape and hope I can enjoy a good season, which, by working hard, I’m sure I’ll manage,” Asamoah told the club’s official website.
“The team’s even stronger than it was last season.
“We’ve brought in players with quality and experience who will be able to make a strong contribution.
“Melbourne’s a lovely city and we’re training intensely, as we’ve been doing recently in Turin.
“We’re gearing up for Serie A, which we want to win, but also for Europe, where we want to show our strength.”
Asamoah joined Juve from fellow Serie A outfit Udinese in 2012, having earlier been on the books of Liberty Professionals in his homeland Ghana.
He has won four Scudetto titles with Juve