Conte has managed to turn Chelsea back into title winners after the Blues finished tenth last season.
Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is in contention to return for the Premier League trip to West Bromwich Albion after recovering from the thigh injury which forced him out of the win over Middlesbrough.
"I've followed our progress and it seems to me we've had a really good season - we're a solid team which is respected up and down the country and I am sure the Club will be looking to build on that for next season".
Conte has naturally dismissed the speculation and insists he will see out the remaining two years of his contract in the Premier League.
"This is a big step because there are three games and we need to take three points to win the title".
"Because they do work harder with the ball and there's nothing more tiring, you can ask any player". Also we must know that to play West Brome is not easy.
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Both players earn 2-year TOUR exemptions and other perks and were making their first playoff appearances. Kelly Kraft and Kevin Tway shot an 11-under 61 to vault into third, four strokes adrift of the leaders.
He said: "It feels similar, last time we won it pretty early and in one of the games after we'd won it we went to West Brom and lost, Cesc [Fabregas] got sent off. We're still doing the right things, there's no complacency", Cahill said.
"It was probably more comfortable last time but the run-in is always the same, there is always a stage in the season when it's going to be tight, when teams are putting pressure on and you're having to win", he said. "We want it to become a great season".
Middlesbrough needed something from the game to keep their faint hopes of surviving this season flickering but an inept performance meant they are destined to play in the Championship next term.
"We've got some tough games coming up", said defender Craig Dawson. "We need another win and then to celebrate another fantastic target for us", he added.
West Brom will take on the champions-elect with their spirits boosted by a 2-2 draw at Burnley which ended their four-match losing run and saw Salomon Rondon end his 19-game goal drought.