Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero has set his sights on a treble of Serie A, Champions League and World Cup titles after scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory over Inter that took Juventus 12 points clear at the top of Serie A.

The Italian international curled in a free kick in the 85th-minute to secure the points and bring Juve one step closer to another title.

“They are all achievable objectives,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday.

“I’m really delighted at how I’ve been playing in the autumn of my career – as someone defined it.”

Del Piero has reclaimed a regular starting place in the starring line up and last month he became Juve’s most prolific striker of all time, surpassing Giampiero Boniperti’s record of 182 goals. The goal against Inter took his tally to 190.

With 13 matches left to play, the prospect of Juventus retaining their title looks increasingly likely.

“I don’t know if the goal against Inter was the one that will decide the title. We have still got quite a few matches ahead of us,” Del Piero said.

“But without doubt it is a great advantage. From now on all we’ve got to do the thing we do best: keep our foot on the pedal”.

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