Juventus full-back Patrice Evra says he is determined to help the club claim their sixth consecutive Serie A title this season.
The Old Lady has dominated Italian football recently, bagging five straight Scudettos, and enjoy a four-point lead at the top of the table, but Evra insists the players remain motivated to add another trophy to their cabinet.
However, the Frenchman is also wary of complacency and wants Juve to stay focused on the job at hand.
He told the club's official website: "Winning a sixth successive Scudetto would be the most important thing, as we’d go down in history. You don’t lift the league title today, nor tomorrow.
"I’ve always said from the start of the season that it’s my aim to get to the end of the campaign and be able to celebrate with all the fans at the Stadium and on the streets of Turin.
"Right now we’re taking each game at a time, we can’t already start thinking as though we’re already champions.
"Last year, when we were slow off the mark in Serie A and many thought that we’d find it tough even to qualify for the Champions League, in the end, we lifted the title. We need to be careful, however, that the same thing doesn’t happen to another team this time around."