Milos Krasic has expressed his excitement at the prospect of joining Juventus as a deal edges closer.
Skysports.com revealed over the weekend that talks were set to take place between the Italian club and Krasic's representatives.
The Serbian winger now looks set to complete a transfer to Juve from CSKA Moscow after six years in Russia.
He does not anticipate any problems with the rest of the discussions and is looking forward to making the next big step of his career.
"The negotiations between the two clubs are still in progress. I expect them to be concluded rapidly," he told Sportal.
"CSKA have established a price. We will see what happens, but I believe that there won't be any problems and that everything will be resolved positively so I can play for Juventus."
Speaking about where he might slot into Luigi Del Neri's side, Krasic added: "I knew that Del Neri was Juve's new coach and I have to say that I am very happy.
"His 4-4-2 is perfectly adapted to my style of play. Juventus are one of the biggest clubs in Europe with many fans.
"It would be a step of fundamental importance for my career."