Juve have won league and cup doubles in each of their four seasons under Allegri, something the coach said was "unlikely to be repeated".
Speaking after his side wrapped up an historic seventh straight Scudetto - his fourth in a row since replacing Antonio Conte - Allegri confirmed he expects to lead their assault on an eighth straight title next year.
However, after sealing another Serie A title success with Juve at the weekend, Allegri says that his focus is putting together plans to improve the Italian giants ahead of the next campaign.
"If they [Juventus' directors] do not send me away, I think I will stay at Juve next year", Allegri said. "In fact, we have achieved something extraordinary". "Four years like this will not be easy to repeat".
"We lose those finals because we play them, the others decide to go out in the last-16", the Italian said, according to Marca.
"When the next season begins, we all start from zero points and must continue proving we are competitive".
A number of players could leave Juventus at the end of the season, notably club captain Gianluigi Buffon, although the veteran goalkeeper has yet to confirm his retirement.
"You have to work on yourself and find the motivation within yourself too, setting personal targets as well as those for the group".
"The goal is to add more victories and that, when March comes around, we are still involved in all competitions". The contract is just a formal act, but the results speak for themselves and the relationship has always been one of correctness and collaboration.
A win for Juventus on the final day, where they host Hellas Verona in Turin, will see the Bianconeri reach their highest points tally since the 2013/14 season - where they registered a breathtaking 102 points in 38 games.
But Juventus did not take advantage of their advantage as they game lost its momentum although Dybala did have penalty appeals.