Antonio Candreva is excited about making his Juventus debut this weekend against Roma.

The former Udinese midfielder has signed with Juve after spending the first-half of the season on-loan with Livorno.

"These things pass you by on a second level. Now I wear a very important jersey like that of Juventus and I am only thinking about this," Candreva, a Roma fan as a boy, said.

"If I were to score, I would certainly celebrate, also because I have never played for Roma."

Speaking to the Juventus Channel, Candreva revealed his first impressions of the Bianconeri.

"I am proud to wear this shirt. I can't wait to begin this new adventure. Yesterday I left Livorno for Milan to sign the contract. Later in the evening I arrived in Turin and this morning I made a brief visit of the club's offices.

"It has been a wonderful emotion to see the pictures of all the great champions that have played for this club. I have also met Ferrara who wished me good luck.

"To arrive in a team like Juve is the dream of any player. I didn't expect this opportunity to arrive so soon. They are all emotional back at home. It's a wonderful achievement.

"I will try to show that I can be a useful player for Juventus."