Miralem Pjanic believes Maurizio Sarri has improved his game and that Juventus are becoming stronger as they progress.
The Bosnian midfielder has improved in recent games, averaging over 100 passes against Brescia and SPAL and he believes this is down to the new coach.
“The coach has asked me from the start to keep hold of the ball more,” Pjanic told the press ahead of Juve’s Champions League match against Bayer Leverkusen.
“I can see that the squad is progressing, and we’re becoming stronger.
“I’m looking at playing more long passes forward because I receive a lot of balls that can move well between the lines.
“I am at one of the strongest clubs in the world and my goal is always to become one of the strongest.
“I’m lucky to have had great coaches and great teammates. I feel like an important player.
“We are a beautiful group, very united and we are hungry to get to the top of all competitions.”