Chelsea were crowned English Premier League (EPL) 2017 champions after winning 1-0 against West Brom at The Hawthorns on Friday (May 12).
Conte charged onto the field in celebration, while West Brom stewards were forced to eject three pitch invaders before the game could be completed and Chelsea could celebrate the title.
Fabregas became the first player in the history of the Premiership who had 10 or more assists in 6 different seasons. "Every single player found in this system the best for them".
Mourino has also pointed to Chelsea's absence from European competition helping, so next season's return to the Champions League will certainly challenge Conte's working methods.
"It's good. It's the best day for Chelsea today", said Batshuayi, who arrived from Marseille a year ago in a £33.2 million ($42.8 million, 39.1 million euros) transfer.
Chelsea was a huge club drifting and in need of a proper shake-up when Antonio Conte arrived in July, around the time the Premier League's PR machine was in overdrive about the impending renewal of the Pep Guardiola-Jose Mourinho rivalry up in Manchester.
"Honestly this is a big step because now there are three games and we need to win one to win the title". Last season was very bad.
The Chelsea manager said: "This achievement is a good achievement for my players - I have to say thanks for their commitment and work rate".
"For him I'm pleased because he's scored two goals, this one was very important for him and us. Hopefully on Friday we can have the title", he said. But they worked very hard and, today, Michy is a great example.
He said: "I think during the game you can allow to do this change (taking Hazard and Pedro off)".
'This is for my players, ' added Conte.
Costa got his 20th league goal this season in the 23rd minute, controlling a ball lofted into the area by compatriot Cesc Fabregas and neatly nutmegging keeper Brad Guzan.
"That winning streak we went on was incredible, fundamental in our season". When you've won a title'. They are seven points clear of Tottenham with three games left, but Pulis said Albion have a duty to themselves to ensure the Blues do not romp home.
Conte's celebration was typically frantic and the victory was just reward for the Italian, who has masterminded the Blues' ascent in his debut campaign, helping to put to bed memories of last season's dismal defence of the 2014-15 crown. According to Opta, Leicester had 42.4% of possession last season, the third-lowest in the league, while Chelsea have had 54.2% this season, which is the sixth-highest. They are a team who can defend resolutely, create in midfield and score lots of goals.