Rome, July 20 (IANS) Juventus Argentine striker Paulo Dybala, who joined the rest of the squad at the training camp in Australia in preparation for the new football season, said on Wednesday he hopes to score 20 goals after the 19 goals he scored in the previous year.
“What do I hope for after my 19 goals last year? To get to 20.” said Dybala in an interview with Juventus television JTV.
The Argentine, who is training at Richmond’s Punt Road Oval field outside Melbourne, stressed the need to focus on the future to confirm the triumphs of last year, in which the Turin club won the Serie A and Coppa Italia.
“We have to forget what we did well last year because it doesn’t matter anymore, we just have to think about the future and new objectives,” he said.
Dybala, 22, admitted that training in this period is hard but acknowledged that it has to be, reports Efe.
“It’s a bit cooler here in Melbourne than in Vinovo, so that’s really good but the training doesn’t change,” said the Argentine.