The Italian has strongly hinted that the current campaign could be his last with the club and revealed he will clarify his future soon
Antonio Conte has admitted he will consider "other projects" after Juventus saw off Roma 1-0 on Sunday.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo came off the bench to score a last-gasp winner against his former club as Juve moved on to 99 points with a game still to play, two better than the landmark set by Inter in 2006-07.
With a third top-flight title under his belt, Conte has emerged as one of Europe's leading coaches and is likely to attract attention from some of the continent's other top clubs.
He told Sky Sport Italia: "I repeat, these three years have been fantastic and I asked so much from these players, who gave me everything I wanted.
"I generally don’t agree with a sabbatical, but if there was a unity of ideas to leave with great affection and respect, then I would evaluate other projects that intrigue me.
"These things go in cycles and I've already told the club what I think. We will soon clarify the situation."
Conte then turned his focus to celebrating another successful campaign and a victory over a Roma side he holds in the highest regard.
"We certainly have a lot to celebrate, as this is an incredible campaign," he said. "We've beaten Roberto Mancini's Inter record of Serie A points and it will be tough for anyone to match.
"We've beaten our direct rivals on their home turf, a splendid Roma side that kept us alive with the right fear and respect throughout the season. Only a great Juve could have maintained this tempo and we're proud to have done it."