The Blues boss does not believe that EPL title win is a Forgone epilogue for the them bus in the face of he thinks moving further clear at the top of the table.


Antonio Conte does not want to talk about Chelsea's premier league title run as he wants to take one match at a time and he wants to be empirically sure of their title win,

At present Chelsea is sitting at the top of the table with a 11 points margin than their closest rival Manchester City but he is still not willing to believe a title win for Chelsea is something practically inevitable.

Conte said: "It's not a true 11 points, the other teams have to play, I like to tell this that they need another 29 points to win the league and if we are able from now at the end to take 29 points for sure we win the title,"

"Twenty-nine points are a lot. There are 12 games to the end but I repeat it's important to continue to work in this way and have this commitment from my players. My players are deserving of this."

in the second half when the match was tightly poised when Swansea City was denied  a Penalty due to a hand ball Cesar Azpilicueta.

He added: "We dominated the game, I didn't see the good moment for Swansea, we played very well and we created the great chances,"

"For sure Azpi touched the ball with the hand but he was very close. We deserved a lot to win this game, I'm very happy for my players."

Swansea manager Paul Clement obviously  had a different view when he stated that his side should have been awarded the spot kick.

He said:  "We did have a very good claim for a penalty, the score's 1-1 at the time, I thought at the time that Azpilicueta had handled it, having looked at the video evidence it's handball.

"We didn't have very many chances, they had a lot of chances, defensively we frustrated them for long periods, we can be happy with the work we put in.

"Clearly 1-1 and you've got a big shout for a penalty, and the game goes 3-1, you're going to be disappointed.

"March is going to be a critical month for us, our confidence is still high and there's no reason for it to be damaged."