Conte insists he wants to stay

Rufina Vignone
Mag 12, 2017

Chelsea announced they had appointed Conte on a three-year contract in April 2016 and he took up his post at Stamford Bridge in July after managing Italy at Euro 2016. If they win they will get an unassailable lead over Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table.

"There is only one way, to take three points and to win the title". And constantly he was talking to me in training to make sure I was improving in it, talking me through it. "Money is important, but not all".

And the Italian giants have made Conte their No 1 target. "The more games I play the better I get".

"When you stay at this level the money only explains your value, it is not important". He has started to look for London schools for his daughter.

"I prefer to try to win as soon as possible".

"This could be another big, big step for me", Conte said. If, in future, we decide to extend, we will decide this.

"In this moment for me or for my players, the most important thing is to be focused on the moment". Despite that, the Italian is expected to pen a new deal with Chelsea once the current season ends. When asked about the double Player of the Year award victor, Conte said he can only speak positively about Kante.

"The key thing isn't who he signs, although I'm sure there are one or two players who he would love to bring into the squad, it's whether Costa and Hazard are going to stay. We have two big opportunities this season to finish this season in the right way". He was voted into the team of the tournament when the Super Eagles won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations but had struggled to replicate that form for his country until the appointment of Gernot Rohr as coach previous year.

"It is normal to have a lot of speculation, on me the players the coaches, but we can't lose the focus, now it is very important". Ivanovic, Mikel, John Terry, also Oscar, and didn't replace them, it means we must build good foundations.

It also claims that this was a gentleman's agreeement based on winning the Premier League. I think we're doing a really good job, but I want this job to become great and then fantastic.

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