After guiding Juve to a seventh successive Serie A title, though, on top of once again lifting the Coppa Italia, Allegri has played down suggestions that this weekend's meeting with Hellas Verona will be his last at the club.
Asked about the probability of him still being in Turin come August, the Italian told reporters: "Very high. Very high. I have never had doubts about it.
"Next week I will meet the club to see the plans and understand what the club wants to do in order to make Juventus competitive next season, as Juventus have always done. Now we have to get ready for tomorrow's celebrations.
"It's always our objective to work hard to create Juventus history. That boils down to determination, sacrifice and confidence in our own abilities. It's in the difficult moments that I actually have more fun."
During his 15 years managing in Italy, Allegri has won five Serie A titles, four Coppas Italia and two Supercoppas Italiana.