The Bianconeri boss has hailed his team's Scudetto win as extraordinary, but now wants his side to complete the Serie A term undefeated in what he hopes will be a "historic feat"
The 42-year-old head coach guided the club to their 28th official Scudetto on Sunday night as they beat Cagliari 2-0, while its nearest challenger Milan lost 4-2 to city rival Inter.
“Winning the league is something beautiful,” Conte told Sky Sports Italia. “It's amazing. Amazing. A very special year has become extraordinary. Congratulations to all the players and the fans."
He added, “Only against Lecce was there a mishap. And even then, I still thought we could win it. We are champions of Italy, and have gone 37 games without defeat. Now we want to go the whole season unbeaten. It would be an historic feat.”
Conte concluded the interview by congratulating Milan on a fantastic season: “Special praise must go to Milan. We have beaten a great side to win the Scudetto.”
Juventus' last game of the season is this Sunday when it hosts Atalanta as the club looks to become the first Serie A side to go unbeaten in a 38-game season.