TURIN, ITALY - OCTOBER 02: Paulo Dybala of Juventus FC celebrates the victory at the end of the Group H match of the UEFA Champions League between Juventus and BSC Young Boys at Allianz Stadium on October 2, 2018 in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)

Pavel Nedved dubbed the current Juventus side a team of “superheroes” and praised Dybala for playing much better.

The Vice-President spoke to media at the opening of a new art exhibit in the J-Museum on the historical depiction of football in art, specifically comic books.

“In keeping with the theme of the exhibition, we see our squad as full of superheroes,” said Nedved via Football Italia.

“We hold on tight to our players and believe we have a very strong squad. It’s true, Dybala hasn’t scored as much as he did last year, but he is playing much better and I am very happy with his performances.”

Nedved admitted the Sunday game against Sassuolo is going to be tricky, as Juve have hit problems lately by crashing out of the Coppa Italia to Atalanta and drawing 3-3 with Parma.

MILAN, ITALY - FEBRUARY 17: Radja Nainggolan of FC Internazionale celebrates his goal with his team-mates during the Serie A match between FC Internazionale and UC Sampdoria at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on February 17, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)

Everybody is happy at Inter Milan

From coach Luciano Spalletti to goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, the team's footballers are delighted to have defeated Sampdoria 2-1 at San Siro Stadium.

Have Atletico Madrid and the Champions League Round of 16 taken over their thoughts?

“We are absolutely not thinking about the Champions League, because there are important Serie A matches to be played. We are very concentrated and working on all fronts.

“Obviously, last week we conceded goals that we are not accustomed to, so we’ve worked on these issues and the team is ready.

“Sassuolo does not represent a crossroads, it’s just a game worth three points that we absolutely want to win.”