Tottenham boss Antonio Conte revealed that he will speak to the club about his future after securing Champions League football for next season. He also insisted that the top four are as good as winning a trophy for the club. The club was ninth on the table when the Italian took over in November, seven points off the fourth position.
“I’m under contract until next summer. I signed for one year and seven months. I enjoyed a lot my time at Tottenham because I repeat, for me, it was a big challenge,” Tottenham boss Antonio Conte said. “To come in during the season, for a coach like me, is not easy. It was a big challenge in a modern club with a fantastic stadium and training ground. For me, this is a trophy and I’m very happy. Then we’ll see. I always said at the end of the season we’ll speak to the club and find the best solution for me and the club. In this moment it was very difficult to speak about this. I’m very tired. I was really focused to get this big achievement.”
“It’s very, very difficult to reach a place in the Champions League. I have to consider this a really big, big achievement for me and for my players. And also for the club to consider this a big achievement… after three years Tottenham is able to play again in the Champions League,” he added. “Despite the fact I didn’t lift a trophy, for me, it is a big achievement, for me in a short time and short period in a difficult situation I worked a lot with my players to bring this club to play in the Champions League. Now there’s a lot of emotions in my mind and my heart, for me, for the club, and for everybody.”
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