The striker feels more comfortable with Sarri than predecessor Max Allegri.
He said, “I wanted to stay, I wanted to play here and continue my career at Juve. I think I can still give a lot and I showed a glimpse of that against Inter.
“I feel less weight on my shoulders and very calm mentally. I was convinced that with Sarri, I'd start to have fun, work and prove what I'm worth. And that's what I'm trying to do.
“Sarri and Allegri have different ways of playing, and it shows. With Allegri we did so many things, but I think we play a bit more attacking with Sarri and we play the ball more.
“After that, of course, we'll have to see what happens during the season. My goal was important, for the team and I, to score at that moment, for how we got to the game.
“They'd never lost in the League and now we're the only unbeaten team in Europe: when it comes to Juventus, sometimes you need to have a bit of respect."