The 24-year-old will return for the clash with Fiorentina after being out of action for seven monthsdue to a foot fracture.
“I know your saying ‘no need to cry over spilt milk’, but I prefer saying it in French: ce qui c’est passé est passé,” Momo told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“It was very difficult. Even more difficult than I had imagined, maybe because I had never gone through such a long lay-off.
“I am not afraid to say it was a period of depression. And you can’t get over it on your own. I didn’t see a psychologist, but I want to thank my mother and my wife for their little daily words. And I also have to thank my team-mates, as their phone calls never made feel alone.”
The former Liverpool star has set his sights on Scudetto glory for Juventus this season.
“I am available and I hope to play the Viola,” admitted Sissoko.
“I netted my first goal in Italy against them and I hope to repeat myself.
“We want to win the Scudetto: everyone wants that and that’s what everyone is talking about. Victory is joy: you meet people on the street and see how happy they are and it feels like you’re flying.”