Antonio Conte has reiterated his desire to stay at Chelsea beyond this season amid reports linking him with the managerial position at Inter.
The Blues can secure the Premier League title on Friday evening away at West Brom and Conte, who has two years left on his deal, insists he will stay put at Stamford Bridge this summer.
"I have a contract with Chelsea, with Chelsea for also two more years,' said Conte, via the ?Daily Mail.
"But it's logical that, when you start the work in a new club, the will is to continue to work and improve your work for many years," he added.
"For sure, this is my will. But now the most important thing is to reach our target.
"To arrive at this moment, in this position, to have this great opportunity we worked very hard for the whole season.
"Now it's important to be ready and to try to do this step, to win and then to celebrate together."
However, when the Italian was quizzed on the rumours linking him with a return to his homeland, the Chelsea boss remained coy, perhaps hinting that after his current contract expires he will seek to return.
Asked whether he was prepared to end the rumours, Conte added: "I repeat what I said before: I have a contract for another two years with Chelsea, but also I like to repeat in this moment, for me and my players, the important thing is to be focused on the moment.
"The moment is very important. It's not important the single person: me, or the future for the players. Now we must be focused on the next few games and try to reach this fantastic target.
"I think it's right. It's normal to have a lot of speculation around my players and the coaches, different coaches, so it's important not to lose the concentration and be focused. The moment is fantastic for us, and I want to transfer this message."