Tottenham Hotspur’s decision to expel Nuno Espirito Santo from the coaching chair and replace him with Antonio Conte, has in fact produced positive results in this 2021/22 season.
Because Conte can revive Spurs’ performance in the second half of this season. No kidding, he helped The Lilywhites qualify for the Champions League after sweeping the last three games with a win.
Bringing Spurs to the path of success, has indeed made the Italian passport coach feel proud of the achievements he has achieved. In fact, he even claimed that helping Tottenham occupy the top four positions, was like getting a trophy.
Although he has expressed his pleasure, Conte does not want to promise whether he will continue to serve as Spurs coach in the 2022/23 season or not, after insisting that he has to carry out many discussions with the club first.
“For me, it’s like winning a trophy. As for my future here, we’ll see, because at the end of the season I will talk to the club and find the best solution for me,” Conte said of Sky Sports.
“At this moment, it’s still difficult to talk about it. I still feel tired, and still focused on this great achievement,” he concluded.
Seeing Conte, who is still under contract until 2023, and shows significant progress, it is predicted that Spurs will continue to try to keep him in the long term.