Juventus keeper Gianluigi Buffon has reiterated his intention to remain with the Bianconeri.
There has been speculation the veteran could move away from Juve but the 33-year-old insists he is 100 per cent sure he will stay at the club after speaking to new coach Antonio Conte.
The keeper, who has previously stated he will honour his contract to stay with the Turin giants until the summer of 2013, believes good things could occur next season.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: "Conte called me and told me important words that left me feeling involved in the plan.
"I'm convinced singular players will help the team and the team will help singular players. I think next season we could do good things."
He added supporters have always showed a big affection towards him despite the results, but last season there had been a few misunderstandings.
But he added: "Officials have learnt to acknowledge me better. So, there are no doubts over my future: I stay at Juve at 100%."