The Portuguese captain joined the Serie A champions from Real Madrid last summer in an £88million deal.
Asked about his next move and whether he would consider moving into coaching after retiring from football, the 34-year-old was quoted by Express UK as saying: “Why not?”
“The first thing I do when I get to a new club is to be myself, not anything else,” Ronaldo added.
“My work ethic is always the same. You must be humble and remember that you don’t know everything.
“If you’re smart, you catch the little things that improve you as an athlete. I adapted perfectly at Juve. They’ve seen that I’m not a fraud.
“Only football and normal things have been talked about in the dressing rooms I’ve been in, nothing more or less.”
Ronaldo, who is Real Madrid’s all-time highest goalscorer, recently helped Juventus win their eighth Serie A title in a row a few weeks ago.
The Juventus number 7 became the first-ever player in football history to win domestic titles in England, Spain and Italy.