Italian goalkeeper hoping to finish his career at the club.
Gianluigi Buffon has reiterated his commitment to Juventus according to Sky Sports.
The Italian goalkeeper is widely regarded as one of the finest stoppers of his generation, if not of all time.
The player has now confirmed that he hopes to play for Juventus for the rest of his career.
The 35 year old did not hint at when he plans to retire although Buffon still seems capable of playing at the highest level suggesting he has no plans to hang up his gloves any time soon.
The Juventus number one has received criticism in recent days for his performance for the club during their Champions League tie against Bayern Munich.
Buffon was slammed by Bayern President Franz Beckenbauer and the Italian goalie admitted his performance that night was not up to scratch.
Buffon still has two years to run on his current deal with the Old Lady after signing an extension with the club during the January transfer window.
The player stated that he felt Juventus was his home and that the strong links he has made at the club have made the people around him feel like his family.
Juventus are currently on course to win the Serie A title as they currently sit nine points clear of Napoli in second with just eight games left to play.