By FOX Sports Staff
With the club set to retain their Serie A title this season, the good times are back at the Italian giants.
On the surface, it might seem silly to suggest that any current Juve player should want to leave but Giovinco believes footballers who are just starting their career must be open minded about new experiences.
The 26-year-old eased his way into Serie A with loan spells at Empoli and Parma before returning to Juve where he is very much a part of coach Antonio Conte's well-documented squad rotation policy that is on the verge of delivering a second Scudetto in as many years.
"They were both very important experiences for me, especially the stint at Empoli. It was the first time I left home and was away from my family," Giovinco said at a Q/A session with the club's academy players.
"It enabled me to develop on a human level, but also as a footballer, providing me with my first taste of life in Serie A. It was an experience I'd recommend to every youngster."
Giovinco also revealed to the group the type of attitude they will need to have if they want to become a star of the future at the famous club.
"I would advise youngsters to always consider one game at a time - that's precisely why I'm still not thinking about the 2014 World Cup in Brazil at this present moment," he said.
Juve host AC Milan at the weekend with the luxury of an 11-point lead over second-placed Napoli with just six games remaining.