Chelsea will on Friday night seek victory at West Brom and the Premier League title, with Antonio Conte suggesting the Blues should recognise his "real value" as head coach.
The 46-year-old is just one win away from clinching the Premier League title on his maiden season in England, and has a chance to triumph a double in the FA Cup final against Arsenal at the end of the month.
Regardless of whether Chelsea, who need three points to seal top spot (assuming Tottenham win all their remaining games), beat West Brom or Watford within the next four days, the trophy presentation will take place on the final day of the season.
'I hope, ' Conte said, when reminded of the celebrations in Turin.
"It's logical when you start the work in a new club and the will is to continue to work and try to improve your work over many years". For sure, this is my will. "It's not easy and people told me I'm not the type of player for Antonio and that I should leave, but I like challenges".
But Conte says that money is not a motivating factor in any decisions he makes. 'It's not important where you win, it's important to win, ' he added. Tomorrow's game is the most important game for us.
"We're leaving it late but we've still got three games left to get 50 points, there's still a desire in the group to do that and we want to finish strong".
Chelsea Are English Premier League Champions
Before maybe I got frustrated if my team was not controlling the offensive side, and I would lose my position. His moves in the transfer market, his tactical switches, and his late substitutions have all come off.
"This could be another big, big step for me", Conte said.
Contest refused to be drawn on whether he could be tempted to take over Inter Milan next season after media reports linking him to the job at the San Siro.
"If you think in the last 10 games Tottenham won nine and lost only one". "First of all I want to win the first one".
We'll give it our best. I like to repeat: this is a good season.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois reckons winning the Premier League title with Chelsea this season will be all the sweeter after their struggles last term.
"We started the season not in the right way, with a lot of problems, but only through hard work did we find the right solutions and the right way. Hopefully on Friday we can have the title", Fabregas said.
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