Alessandro Del Piero is ready for a new chapter in his career after bringing the curtain down on a trophy-laden 19-year spell with Juventus.
The 37-year-old will leave the club when his contract expires in the summer and made his farewell appearance in Juve's Coppa Italia clash Napoli on Sunday.
He was substituted in the 68th minute to a standing ovation, though his night would ultimately end in disappointment, with Napoli winning 2-0.
Despite the defeat, Del Piero and his team-mates are still celebrating lifting the Serie A title without losing a game - the veteran marking his final league appearance with a goal in a 3-1 win over Atalanta earlier this month.
It was Del Piero's sixth league title in a career that has also seen him lift the Coppa Italia and the Champions League as well as the 2006 World Cup with Italy.
Since making his debut in September 1993 he has gone on to make 705 appearances for the Bianconeri, scoring 289 goals.
Del Piero has been linked with a move to the Premier League and the MLS, but the forward insists he will not rush into any deal.
He did admit, however, that he is looking forward to a new stage in his career after reflecting on nearly two decades in Turin.
"This year was simply amazing, and plenty of different emotions have characterised recent weeks," Del Piero told the club's official website.
"Obviously we're disappointed for the missed chance to lift the Coppa Italia, but this team experienced an exceptional season.
"We haven't had the icing on the cake, but we've tasted that cake in any case.
"I'd like to thank everybody for what we've achieved this year and what I've achieved in my career.
"When I left the pitch, I was disappointed because we were one goal down, but I also was very proud of the affection that the public showed.
"Now I go on holidays and then I'll turn over a new leaf."