Chelsea Manager "Antonio Conte" has marked another two-year contract with the Premier League champions, saying they should work much harder this season to remain the best club in the nation.
The arrangement does not stretch out the Italian's sense of duty regarding the club since he marked a three-year bargain when he participated in 2016, however British media revealed he has been given enhanced terms.
"I am extremely glad to have marked another agreement with Chelsea. We worked to a great degree hard in our first year to accomplish something stunning, which I am extremely pleased with. Presently we should work much harder to remain at the main," 47-year-old Italian Conte said.
Conte, who oversaw Italy at Euro 2016, drove Chelsea to the group title at his initially endeavor last term and they achieved the FA Cup last which they lost to London rivals Arsenal.
The new contract will come as an alleviation to Chelsea fans after Conte was accounted for to be disappointed by the club passing up a major opportunity for Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, who was marked by Manchester United a week ago for £75 million.
Chelsea chief Marina Granovskaia included: "Antonio made staggering progress last season, adjusting to English football rapidly and driving us to the Premier League title.
"This new contract mirrors our conviction that he can keep on delivering comes about both locally and as we come back to European rivalry in the Champions League."
Chelsea have marked safeguard Antonio Rudiger from AS Roma and midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco however require a striker with Spain's Diego Costa anticipated that would leave the club having not gone on their pre-season visit to China and Singapore.
They have been connected with Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang yet the Bundesliga club said on Tuesday that the 28-year-old Gabon forward would not be clearing out.
The Epl last season champions likewise declared that Conte's countrymen Paolo Vanoli and Davide Mazzotta had joined the west London club as right hand head mentor and aide/player examination separately