"I don't have a preferred opponent: they are all strong teams, but we will play to win against anyone". "Going forward and playing with big teams is a pride for all of us".
After the 31-year-old's proposed move to Chelsea fell through in the winter transfer window, Dzeko helped the balance sheet of the club's USA owner James Pallotta by securing Roma's place in the last eight of Europe's lucrative elite competition.
Juve got through to the quarters after beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 at Wembley and 4-3 on aggregate.
Even in the minority Shakhtar pressed Roma to their own goal and scored a few promising breakthroughs, however, to strike the accented blow is blocked, defenders of Italians wards Fonseca is not allowed.
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That gave Roma confidence and it nearly doubled its lead 10 minutes later but Dzeko fired narrowly wide.
"I want to continue to dream with this team. the only adversary I want to avoid is fear. The team is growing a lot".
Dzeko then curled a shot from the edge of the penalty area inches wide in the 62nd minute before the Shakhtar centre-back Ivan Ordets was shown a straight red card in the 79th for hauling down the Bosnian when he was through on goal.
Dzeko proved to be a leader on the pitch with coach Eusebio Di Francesco giving him a standing ovation at the end.
"We managed to do something that had been missing for 10 years", said Dzeko. "I didn't want to leave (in January) precisely because of matches like these, you play all season for matches like these".