By FOX Sports staff
After two successful campaigns with Parma, Giovinco returned to Juventus on a permanent basis at the start of last term and immediately established himself as a key member of the side, netting 11 goals in 42 appearances.
However, despite playing an integral role in helping the Bianconeri win a second straight Serie A title, the 26-year-old has found himself relegated to the bench so far this season as Conte has plumped for his major summer signings Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente to lead the attack.
Still, Giovinco is refusing to get overly upset by the sudden change in his role and believes he can still play an influential role over the course of the campaign.
"The season is so long that there will be space for everyone," he told ANSA.
"Competition is part of being in a team and I believe that's how it should be.
"My objective is to do better than last season."
Giovinco was part of the Italy sides that finished runners-up at Euro 2012 and third at this summer's FIFA Confederations Cup.