Manchester City Are Extraordinary - Antonio Conte Urges Chelsea To Focus On Themselves

  • Manchester City Are Extraordinary - Antonio Conte Urges Chelsea To Focus On Themselves

Manchester City Are Extraordinary - Antonio Conte Urges Chelsea To Focus On Themselves

Victor Moses is in contention to face Swansea after a six-week layoff with a hamstring injury, but Conte would not be drawn on whether the Nigeria global will return to his starting XI.

David Luiz has never really been far away from transfer rumours, with there often being the feeling that someone encourages doubts around the player's future at specific times.

"He is in contention but at the same time I have to make the best decision for every player".

He said: "We are in November and now we have to fight with this squad, and I want to repeat I am very happy to work with these players and to try to do our best in this tournament".

Chelsea will next host Swansea City at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.

'I want the best for the team, the best for the players.

The death of former Chelsea coach and Crawley manager Dermot Drummy, 56, was announced on Monday. "If you are a coach you can be a manager".

"Thibaut is one of the best players, one of the best goalkeepers in the world". He is young but he shows a great maturity.

"I must be honest at the moment it is hard for me to answer [how long he will be sidelined]", Conte said. This is not possible, otherwise I don't protect them.

"The start of this season was full of trouble with Eden because he had an injury with the national team and we started the season without him", he told reporters.

"Manchester City are doing some extraordinary, it means they are having a great path".

"We have to look at ourselves and not the others", Conte said. We are becoming more solid and finding different solutions in the tactical aspects.

"Our form has not been particularly good, but that's the belief we have".

The former Italy manager also rued his country's failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

The 26-year-old often dropped into midfield to control possession and Conte feels his flexibility brings new dimension to the team. "Football in Italy is very important and we have to face the bad situation and we have to find the right solution".