New Juventus manager Luigi Del Neri has once again underlined the club's intent to sign Milos Krasic.
The 25-year-old CSKA Moscow attacking midfielder has long been linked with a move to the Old Lady, but a deal is only likely to be done after the World Cup.
Krasic is currently competing with Serbia in South Africa, but Del Neri admits he is a key target, despite having a poor game against Ghana.
"Krasic always interest us", he told Gazzetta dello sport. "We should not be in a hurry or be influenced by one bad match."
Krasic has also attracted interest from Serie A champions Inter Milan, while Premier League sides Manchester United and Manchester City are also reportedly in the frame.
Juve will not want to dally if they are going to secure his signature, and the player hopes a deal can be agreed soon.
"I hope that everything is resolved quickly," Krasic remarked.
"I don't like the situation that has been created. I made my decision a long time ago: I only want to go to Juventus."