The striker arrived from Manchester City this week for â‚¬9m plus a potential â‚¬6m in performance-related bonuses, choosing the number 10 jersey.
â€śI have to be back in Italy on July 9 to begin pre-season training, when weâ€™ll be in Turin for two days and then in the mountains for 10 days,â€ť he told Cronica.
â€śJuve are a very demanding club and I will be ready. I think pre-season will be very important to help me settle into Italian football and know what I am facing. Those days of training with my teammates will be crucial.â€ť
There was controversy over Juveâ€™s decision to hand the legendary 10 to newcomer Tevez, but he shrugged it off.
â€śIn truth I feel absolutely no pressure. I donâ€™t think about the shirt number at all. I am concentrated on preparing as best I can for the season.
â€śMy new teammates have already made me feel at home and itâ€™s fantastic, it makes me want to get started straight away.
â€śThe fans also gave me a warm welcome. I had difficulty leaving the airport because there were so many supporters and they followed me everywhere. It was incredible.â€ť