Conte speaks about his future after Spurs loss

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Ending their long wait for a win at their London rivals is just the latest sign of the progress made under Pochettino.

"I think it's too easy for managers to say they aren't supported".

Meanwhile, When asked if being dropped by England affected him, Spurs boss Pochettino replied: "Dele would not have been affected". Then, in the future, if there is the possibility, you have to try to buy only two or three players - not eight players. "That's the only way to do it". I don't think I had a point a point to prove.

Paris Saint-Germain and Italy have already offered Conte a way out of Chelsea and Vialli believes he won't struggle for options should he leave the club at the end of the season.

Spurs' performance was even more impressive as they came from behind after a huge error from captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris gifted Alvaro Morata the opening goal.

Results wise, we secured our place in the Cup semi-final and cemented a top four place so things couldn't really have gone any better, despite the more challenging circumstances in recent weeks.

"It's important that we maintain that, and that's what we want to do", Harry Kane said.

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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admitted Eriksen's equaliser was a hammer blow after his side had dominated for much of the first half.

"My task is to work, and I know that I and my staff work 24 hours a day for Chelsea", said Conte.

He may have distanced himself from the decision-making process, but the club hierarchy are not in turn happy with the Italian's strategy to point fingers at others.

"We are in a good place to achieve the top four, and to do that at the end of the season is the challenge". "I am not anxious about this".

His relationship with the Chelsea board has deteriorated this season following numerous public outbursts saying that they have failed him in the transfer market, and Vialli has claimed he has now run out of patience.

"Being the first Chelsea manager to lose a home league game against Tottenham for nearly three decades could well be the final nail in the coffin for Conte and we expect him to depart in the summer", said Coral's Harry Aitkenhead.