Delighted Conte dragged from news conference by Chelsea players

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The popular Italian was the first to get the "bumps" — the celebratory ritual so common in England these days where a person is thrown in the air and caught by his club colleagues — after Chelsea's 1-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Friday evening that clinched the title.

Conte, meanwhile, set his sights on further glories as they seek to complete a double in his first season by winning the FA Cup final against Arsenal on May 27. None of their star players were performing, they have to sack Jose in the middle of the season and the list went very long.

"We try to win our games and past year was just a one-off, especially for a team like Chelsea with the players we have here. I'm hoping we can get maybe one or two players in that can give us that lift again for next season, because it's important". It's great. This is a dream come true. "They had a poor start, and Conte had to change things".

Conte apologised after arriving late to his post-match news conference, explaining his players had showered him with beer and champagne and that "my suit is a disaster".

Chelsea had three chances to claim the title.

The Belgian goalkeeper has enjoyed a fantastic season at Stamford Bridge, helping Antonio Conte's side storm to the Premier League title.

"We definitely feel we can do something in the Champions League", Fabregas said in The Guardian.

"But in this moment I found the strength to change and take responsibility and find a system for the players".

"If you asked me if in my first season I would have this type of finale, I don't know because our season did not start in the right way with many problems".

'Obviously it's not nice after a season when you had won the league. There are a lot of problems and to find the right solution quickly wasn't easy. I am expecting a close contest here since both teams have quality and talent in all of the departments. I did this to try to win and Michy repaid me a lot for my choice.

"He has also a very strong management team, with his coaches and Steve Holland".

The former England captain has been linked with a move to Premier League side Bournemouth in the summer transfer window.

The 36-year-old is set to leave the new Premier League champions at the end of the 2016-17 season. "Everybody is happy. It's great to take the trophy".

Nevertheless, Terry has now fuelled speculation he could end his career altogether once his time at Chelsea comes to an end.

"He's getting on a bit". Previous to this game Arsenal had been in a slump where they had lost to Crystal Palace, Watford, West Brom, and had been knocked out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich by a score of 10-2 on aggregate.

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