Juventus defender Martin Caceres has stressed he is hungry to beat Nordsjaelland in the Champions League.
The Serie A champions have not lost a competitive match since May 2011, but Caceres said he is keen to secure all three points against the Danish Superliga holders on Tuesday.
Juve drew their opening two games against Chelsea and Shakhtar Donetsk respectively, and Caceres realises they cannot afford to slip up again if they are to reach the knockout stages of European club football’s elite competition.
“Now we want to go on and do well in the Champions League,” the Uruguayan defender told the official Juve website.
“We’ve drawn our first two games and it’s time for our first win. We understand the importance of Tuesday’s game in Denmark.
“We always want to win, we know we’re wearing a shirt that brings pressure and we always play to get the three points.”