Since their triumph in Portugal they've won three of four unbeaten games, including against Napoli in the Coppa Italia and at home to Milan in the league last time out.
"Slowly we will reach our objective: a sixth straight Scudetto and Serie A history".
With Porto chasing a 2-0 deficit in their Champions League round of 16 tie with Juventus, the Portuguese giants will have to come out aggressively in Turin hoping to catch their hosts off guard and unprepared - and they've definitely named a lineup set up to try to do just that.
A switch to a 4-2-3-1 in January has certainly prompted Juventus to begin showing their full potential and allowed the likes of Miralem Pjanic, Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain to express their full talents.
"I too, like all Juventus fans, want to dream and I'm convinced that if we continue down our path calmly, with personality, and without fear of making a mistake then we can get right to the end".
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"We know it's going to be hard for us after the result in the first leg".
He told reporters: "Winning the Champions League at my age in just my second year at the club would be incredible". "Now the most important part of the season is coming and the great players work all year to be ready for these moments, those in which you have to win competitions".
For Juventus to keep Porto from scoring early, Khedira will be key in locking down the midfield. "We can have a good game on Tuesday and ensure our fans go home happy with what they've seen at the stadium".
It would take a very rare circumstance for Juventus to fail to advance past Porto and into the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.