Juventus defender Martin Caceres has insisted that his side has not yet achieved anything this season and must continue to fight to secure trophies.
The Bianconeri are on the verge of wrapping up a third straight Serie A title following Monday's win over Udinese and have a Europa League semifinal tie with Benfica on the horizon.
Caceres, however, is adamant the players must not rest on their laurels at a crucial stage of the campaign.
"There are still five games remaining, we're getting closer but still haven't won anything," he told the club's official website.
Head coach Antonio Conte elected to shuffle his starting XI for the 2-0 win over Udinese and Caceres believes his decision is fully justified as Juve continues to fight on two fronts.
"It's right for us to rotate at this current time. Today, [Sebastian] Giovinco and [Angelo] Ogbonna got the call and both put in great performances. We haven't got 11 fixed starters, everyone is required," the Uruguayan added.
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