Maurizio Sarri said on Thursday that he'd like to help Cristiano Ronaldo "beat some more" records at Juventus.
The 60-year-old was presented on Thursday after signing a three-year contract with the club that has won Serie A for the last eight seasons.
He succeeds Massimiliano Allegri, who guided Juventus to five straight Italian titles but was unable to bring home the most desired trophy - the Champions League - despite two runner-up finishes in the top European competition.
Sarri reportedly has a massive bonus in his contract if he leads Juventus to the elusive European title.
"I think we need to start off from the talented players, that means starting from Cristiano Ronaldo, (Paulo) Dybala is a talented player for sure, Douglas Costa is a potential top player," added Sarri, singling out his key players at Juventus.