Levante striker Obafemi Martins insists he made the right decision to leave Rubin Kazan, although it meant he had to take a "big" pay cut.
The Turin outfit enjoyed a memorable 2012 as won the Scudetto and finished the year back on top of Serie A.
The Bianconeri are also through to the round-of-16 of the Champions League, where they are set to meet Celtic.
Agnelli is confident that the club can reach new heights if they continue to work hard and fight to the end on all fronts.
"I think seeing 400,000 people out and about on the day we won the Scudetto was something extraordinary," Agnelli told the club's official website.
"I live up in the hills, and I heard the noise after the team's triumph in Trieste. Watching from afar, hearing and sensing what was going on, was something magnificent.
"Juventus fans are perfectly aware that what's happened in the past no longer counts for anything. Juventus fans always want the next target.
"So we know we'll have to work with professionalism, attention and perseverance, because the best victory is always the next one.
"There certainly won't be a lack of determination (from me), knowing that 2013 will possibly be even tougher than last year."