Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his players are fully focused on taking all three points ahead of tomorrow's game against Cagliari.
Already crowned champions, the Bianconeri produced a brilliant display of football on their way to a 2-1 home win against Real Madrid in mid-week but the Italian insists they still want to win all their remaining games in the Serie A.
"First of all we have the objective to pass the 80-point mark," Allegri said on Friday.
"There are still four games to go: Cagliari tomorrow, the last one at home against Napoli and two more away games against Internazionale and Verona. That's 12 points up for grabs and we want to take them all.
"I will change something for tomorrow's game and that's because the squad gave a lot against Sampdoria and Real Madrid. And also because I have other players who are fit and ready to play.
"[Goalkeeper Marco] Storari will start and [Carlos] Tevez will probably be rested.
"[The triple?] We already won one title, we're now focused on the second leg of the semi-final [against Real Madrid]. We live by the moment, we're enjoying it.
"I don't know if [Paul Pogba] will be a regular against Real Madrid. He might start or he might be involved at a later stage. For sure is that he will be in the squad."