Antonio Conte insists he is focused on his job at Chelsea ahead of the FA Cup final.
The Blues play Manchester United in Saturday’s mouthwatering final at Wembley; a match widely rumoured to be Conte’s final game as Chelsea boss.
The Italian won the League in his debut season at Stamford bridge last year, but has failed to inspire the Blues to a top-four finish this term, as Chelsea finished fifth in the league table.
“I can tell for sure this will be my last match this season; Conte said ahead of the FA Cup final.
“For me and the players the last game for us and then you know very well I have a contract and I am committed to the club.
“We must be focused on Saturday and for us, it is very important and we want to finish with a trophy and it is important for the coach, players, fans and the club. We are focused on this target.”
And on his relationship with Mourinho, Conte added: “This is not important now. We have a normal relationship now and I will shake his hand.”
FA Cup final
Chelsea v Manchester United
Saturday, 19 May 2018