By FOX Sports Staff
On Wednesday, the Bianconeri strolled into the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League with an easy 2-0 win - or 5-0 on aggregate - over Celtic at Juventus Stadium.
As they await the identity of their next opponent in the competition, they must first tackle domestic challenges in the form of Sunday's Serie A game against visiting Catania.
Holders Juve have a six point lead atop Serie A with 11 games to go and are on course for an impressive Scudetto-Champions League double.
"We're enjoying a great season and want to reclaim the Scudetto and keep dreaming in Europe. For now we're on the right track," Marchisio told Sky Sport 24.
"We've earned respect by topping a difficult group and getting past the last 16 against a team who beat Barcelona in the group stages. Now we'll wait for the verdict of Friday's draw to see who we're pitted against."
The 27-year-old sat out Wednesday's win over Celtic but is tipped to return to Antonio Conte's starting line-up against Catania at Juventus Stadium this weekend.