Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli has insisted that even more success awaits, saying that "my Juve have only just begun".
The Bianconeri have thrived in the years since Agnelli was appointed chairman in 2010, winning six straight Scudetti.
The Agnelli family have been in charge of Juve since the 1920s, and Andrea follows his father, his uncle, and his grandfather in taking charge of the club.
"What’s been built in my first seven years is just the foundation for our future successes," he told Tuttosport.
"My Juve have only just begun. The six Scudetti are a starting point. Will we sign more top players like Higuain? We won’t backtrack now."
After their 4-1 defeat in the Champions League final to Real Madrid meant that last season ended on a sour note, Agnelli was optimistic about the coming campaign.
"It’s not true that Serie A is just a little workout," he added. "But I hope that the Milan clubs can challenge us again.
"I’m sorry for Cardiff, but a season can’t be judged on 20 minutes. Besides, there’s a way to overcome an obsession with the Champions League: winning it!"