By FOX Sports staff
Under the guidance of Antonio Conte, the Bianconeri have reclaimed their place as kings of Italy over the past two seasons by cruising to back-to-back Scudettos.
But clearly unwilling to rest on their laurels, they have already bolstered their playing list ahead of the new campaign by signing strikers Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente from Manchester City and Athletic Bilbao respectively.
And Asamoah believes there is no way Juve will take their foot off the pedal in the 2013/14 campaign as they look to make it a hat-trick of titles.
"I am convinced Juve are getting stronger," he told Tuttosport.
"The third successive title is what we want."
The Ghana international also spoke of his desire to remain at the club as they look forward to achieving more success.
"I am desperate to stay at Juve and play next season."
Asamoah joined the Bianconeri from Udinese last summer and immediately established himself as a useful member of Conte's first-team squad, making a total of 36 appearances in all competition and scoring three goals in the process.