The Bianconeri captain made another series of stunning saves the Champions League semi-final win in Monaco, extending his clean sheet in the tournament to 621 minutes of football.
“My objective is to always prove I deserve to be here and to end my career in a condition where people say they are sad I quit,” Buffon told Mediaset Premium.
"I don’t know if I’m achieving the objective or not, but playing in a team like this undoubtedly helps.
I don’t watch back the saves, so I can’t judge them, but the important thing is to be ready when the team needs me. As long as I can do that, I consider myself satisfied and happy.
"The team played well, the kind of approach we needed to win in Monaco and emerge with a clean sheet. If you don’t have this solidity, but also this quality when attacking, it would all be more complicated.
Read the full article on eurosport.co.uk: Buffon: I want people to be sad when my career ends