Zdenek Grygera has revealed that he would be willing to see out his career at Juventus.
Grygera signed for Juventus from Ajax on a five-year contract last summer.
The 27-year-old initially suffered with injuries, but has steadily worked his way into Claudio Ranieri's starting XI.
And Grygera has voiced his willingness to stay at Stadio Olimpico for the rest of his playing days.
"Definitely, I am absolutely happy here," he told Sport. "Juventus have always been in my dreams.
"I would like to [finish my career here]. But you never know what can happen, if you get injured or something else. But I know I would not like to move out of here."
Meanwhile, sporting director Alessio Secco has confirmed that Juventus are considering extending Mauro Camoranesi's current contract.
"Last year we extended his contract until 2010, but if he continues to play like this then we will have no problems with stretching it to 2011 in a few months," he said.
"We are very happy with him and what he continues to give to Juventus. With our champions who are over 30 we intend to discuss their position on a season-by-season basis.
"Of course we will always take their willingness to stay into account and their desire to continue on a project they started."