By FOX SPORTS staff
The Bianconeri remain on course to retain their Serie A title, possessing a lead of six points over nearest challengers Napoli. It is a similarly rosy outlook on the European front as Juventus have raced to a 3-0 lead over Champions League Round of 16 opponents Celtic after the first leg of the tie.
Speaking to Corriere delle Sera, Vidal believed the Bianconeri's unity could push them to finish with both trophies this season.
"Our biggest strength is that we always act as a team. There's great harmony both on and off the pitch," he shared.
"We have the quality to compete with any team. I think we have what it takes to win both the Champions League and the Scudetto."
Juventus boss Conte has already picked up one league title and the Supercoppa Italiana since taking over at the helm in 2011. The Italian's success has seen his name linked to managerial positions at other European clubs, but midfielder Andrea Pirlo urged his manager to stay where he was comfortable.
"Conte is a great coach, but he will have to learn the language first if he moves abroad because communication is very important for him," he explained.
"I believe that Juventus is the best place for him, but he could work anywhere."