Leonardo Bonucci who recently signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract on Monday with Juventus want to become more than a legend at the club.
The Juventus defender just out with a thigh injury since last month's defeat to Genoa. He joined Juventus from Bari in 2010 and has won five Serie A titles as well as two Coppa Italia crowns in Turin.
"I am pleased and proud to continue our victorious, successful journey until 2021," Bonucci told the club's website. "I obviously have a lot of goals, clearly to become even more of a legend at this club, to improve personally and maintain the passion I have within me.
"That helps me when the going gets tough and really brings out my playing style. It shows I'm ready to improve at this moment in time because the best is yet to come.
"I'm at the peak of my powers and I'm up here to be shot at so it's up to me to withstand the pressure.
"Looking forward, I will have even more responsibility due to this great new deal but I just see that as an advantage and motivation on a daily basis, in every training session and match, to give that bit extra for this team which really feels like my club."