Paulo Dybala believes he has still has a lot of improving to do and dismisses talk of a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona assuring that he is happy at Juventus.

La Joya was on target to open the scoring in Juve’s 3-2 victory over Atalanta in the Coppa Italia  and was asked about the rumours linking him with a move to the La Liga clubs.

“Nobody has talked to me about offers,” Dybala told Rai Sport.

La Joya’s goal bought back memories of Del Piero’s goals for Juventus.

“I’d love to have his career. I am very happy at Juve and my agent will arrive over the next few days to discuss the contract renewal with the club.

“Sacchi told Perez [Real Madrid] to sign me? I am thinking only about what Juventus and I decide. That’s what matters.

“I have to tip my hat to Atalanta, because they are a really good team and they play very well. I had a bit of a rough time over the winter break, because I’d never missed a penalty with Juventus before, but now I feel better.

“I am only 23 years old, so I need to improve in so many areas, such as my physical strength and my right foot. I am enjoying the role of a trequartista, as  Allegri is giving me a lot of space and I can express myself well there.”