The rift has become more intense as Chelsea have failed to match their performances from last season, and Conte's tenure is looking increasingly in doubt after the Blues suffered their latest defeat to top-four contenders Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
"Instead, we conceded a goal in the last minute of the first half and that created a bit of a problem in our mind".
A good end to the season, even if Chelsea fail to qualify for the Champions League, without picking any more battles, may help retain his reputation as one of the world's best coaches.
Whether Alli starts or not, he will make things happen Tottenham's starting XI v Chelsea looked like this but in the second half, Eriksen dropped deeper and into a more central role, Lamela went up front with Alli running beyond him from the left and Son on the right.
Spurs are coming to the end of their one season at Wembley, and could still have an FA Cup final to play there, and will be moving into their new stadium in time for next season.
"It was a free ball and I think we made a mistake for the second and also for the third goal". Then we conceded a goal that you can avoid.
"I'm not anxious [about getting sacked]". He would have probably been much better off had he not exiled Diego Costa past year. "But if probably when Antonio Conte leaves Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, the Chelsea hot-seat is also in big danger of being an appointment far from the no-brainer it once was", Wright told The Sun, UK.
Courtois has just one year left on his current deal at the club and has been linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Costa's 22 goals for Chelsea last season fired the Blues to the Premier League title in Antonio Conte's debut campaign in charge.
The Spaniard struggled yet again in a midfield two alongside Kante, with the Frenchman having to do the work of two players defensively. "We had a great chance to close the gap with Tottenham and we lost this chance". "We must know this". Yet despite the fifth-biggest net spend in the league this season, a figure minimised by sales which have recouped over £160 million, Chelsea have brought eight new players into the first team squad.