Marrone added that the 42-year-old has played a big part in his personal development, and he is determined to reward the trainer for the faith shown in him.
"The coach makes us all feel important. We feel we have all got a possibility of being in the starting line-up," Marrone stated to the club's official website.
"I have been working with Conte for a few years and I know what he wants, so I will look to make my contribution. The belief shown by him and the club can only give me confidence, pride and desire to work with the utmost commitment."
The 22-year-old then went on to express his delight with Juve's activity in the transfer market, and is hopeful that the Old Lady can replicate last year's success in the new campaign.
"There have been important arrivals and the club continues to work to bolster the squad even further. We are the champions and we will face this season with a great desire to follow up last year's achievement."
Juventus are currently preparing to kick off their season in the Supercoppa Italiana against Napoli.