Sagan raced Paris-Roubaix in 2010 and 2011, but he had little impact in the race due to crashes and mechanical problems.
He has had some good results in the biggest one-day races, like when he won the Gent-Wevelgem in 2013 and took second at Milan-San Remo, E3 Harelbeke and the Tour of Flanders. Sagan's schedule will be similar in 2014, but with the additional goal of Paris-Roubaix.
"It's a unique race, hard and unpredictable, and this is why it intrigues me," said Sagan. "I don't feel I can talk about goals or make any predictions. The first time I raced it as professional in 2010 I didn't arrive in Roubaix, and one year later I finished the race in the gruppetto far away from the leaders. I think it’s a race in which it’s important to have experience and luck, as well as to have a feel for it."
Sagan will begin his season at the Tour de San Luis in Argentina in January, and then ride the Dubai Tour, Tour of Oman, GP Camaiore, Strade Bianche and Tirreno-Adriatico.