The Italian manager of Chelsea is aiming to break the tradition of Chelsea’s habit of sacking managers by leading the Blues to their home when it will be built.
Conte thinks it is hard task challenge for him to keep the team together for a long time to see walk him to the new Stamford bridge once it will be built.
Chelsea is spending an amount of £500million to rebuild their stadium and when it will be done the seating capacity will increase to 60000 seats after they passed many hurdles last season.
Today Chelsea will tackle Tottenham in EPL will play their match against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium before moving to their new stadium as well.
Antonio Conte is desperate to lead the Blues in the new surroundings as his counterpart Mauricio Pochettinho is also expected to do so in their new stadium.
Conte said: "I want to break this bad record [of sackings at Chelsea]. I must be positive. When you start a job with a new club, I hope to stay in this club for many years,"
"It means you have the possibility to work with the same players, to improve these players year by year.
"Why not? I hope [to manage Chelsea into their new stadium]. I hope because this could be a fantastic challenge for me and also for the club, to stay together and also to play with this team in a new stadium.
"Honestly, the new stadium will be great, but I love a lot Stamford Bridge, also to play in the stadium. I feel Stamford Bridge is like my house."