David Trezeguet insists Juventus will be going all out against Fulham to end their trophy drought.
Juve ace keen to secure Europa League
David Trezeguet insists Juventus will be going all out against Fulham in Europa League action to end their trophy drought.
The Italian club have failed to add to their impressive trophy cabinet since winning the Serie A title in 2003.
The club were infamously stripped of their 2005 and 2006 titles following the match-fixing scandal that saw them relegated for the first time in their history.
Juve are now back in Serie A and Trezeguet, who has been with the club since 2000, is keen to end their barren run - starting with the Europa League.
The Old Lady tackle Fulham in the fourth round of the competition on Thursday evening and the experienced French striker insists the competition is a priority.
"We want to win the Europa League and finish fourth in Serie A to make the Champions League," explained Trezeguet.
"We haven't won anything for years and it is time to show everyone we are still Juventus and a strong squad to be feared over Europe."