Italy superstar striker Alessandro Del Piero has revealed that he wants to end his glittering career at Juventus, saying it was the only club that mattered to him. Just days after helping the Turin side win their 28th Serie A championship, the 30-year-old Conegliano-born player said he would not play for any other club - even ruling out a move to big-spending English champions Chelsea. 'There are three things that have motivated me to stay with Juventus. First we keep winning trophies, and that success is very satisfying and keeps me motivated. Then, I have great players around me, and we also have a strong management, who is good with the players,' said Del Piero in a telephone interview to promote next month's Grand Promenade Cup in Hong Kong against local side Kitchee. Despite playing 12 seasons with Juventus, Del Piero said he has not grown tired of playing with one of the most successful clubs in the world and pledged his long-term future to the club. 'It's OK to have money to spend on the best players, but you still need to win the league. Chelsea won the league and deserved to do so,' he said. Asked whether he would consider a move to Stamford Bridge, Del Piero replied: 'That's a difficult question, but I can say I am happy with the choices I have made. Chelsea have the beast players in the world and once you have that, you have the best chance of winning the league title. I would like to end my career with Juventus because the club has been so good to me.' One of Italy's most successful players, Del Piero said his strengths on the pitch had always been determination and will to win. 'I think that's the main thing. All my partners are good to play with, either on the national team or with my club.' He said winning the Serie A title for Juventus was 'was a great thrill and honour, it's a hard league to win and it was a close contest'. 'At the beginning of the season, of course we thought we could win the Champions League. When we lost to Liverpool [in the semi-finals], it was even more important that we won Serie A. It definitely helped us to focus more. As for Liverpool, Del Piero said they played with 'great heart' in their Champions League final and deserved to win. The Italian striker also said he was looking forward to playing in Hong Kong on June 4 at Hong Kong Stadium, saying it was going to be an 'emotional' visit for him. 'I have never been to Hong Kong before and I'm really looking forward to it. I will try to meet as many fans as I can while I am there. I'd like to do some sightseeing and have fun while I am there too,' he said. Del Piero is one of a string of top-class footballers who are coming here for the exhibition. French striker David Trezeguet, Czech midfielder Pavel Nedved and French defenders Lilian Thuram and Jonathan Zebina are among the players confirmed to appear in Hong Kong.