- Antonio Conte wants to make Chelsea football club for at least two years
- The Italian was given a two year contract when joining the Blues last summer
- Inter Milan have been linked with Conte having recently sacked Stefano Pioli
- The former Juventus manager says he would not leave the club to chase money
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has allayed fears he could join Inter Milan at the end of the season after the Italians made contact with him.
Speaking to reporters the former Juventus boss said it was his ‘will’ to stay and honour his two year contract at the club.
NAIJ.com gathered that Inter Milan’s sporting director had met with Conte to convince him to take over at the San Siro.
“I have a contract with Chelsea, for two years," Conte said when asked of he could join Inter Milan.
"It is logical when you start the work in a new club, the will is to continue to work for many years. For sure this is my will.
"Now the most important thing is to reach our target, because to arrive at this moment and have a great opportunity we have worked very hard.
"Now we need to be ready and do this step and to win and celebrate."
The Italian seemed to confirm that Inter Milan had promised to increase his salary with Chelsea saying he would not make a move because he was not motivated by money.
The Blues can seal the Premier League title with victory over West Brom on Friday.