Antonio Conte: 'Chelsea must win every game'

File image of Arsene Wenger. Getty Images

File image of Arsene Wenger. Getty Images

Luiz was dropped by Conte for Chelsea's 1-0 win over Manchester United on November 5, with the Blues boss saying it was purely a "tactical decision".

He refused to expand further, insisting he had attended the press conference to speak about the group rather than individuals.

There were reports of a falling out between Luiz and Conte, but Italian coach revealed the defender has returned to the squad. "When it's a technical decision, every single player has to react well and to accept my decision".

"I think I stay here to speak to the team before the West Brom game, not a single player".

"It was a fantastic moment for me, for the players, for the club, for our fans", Conte said of the 1-0 victory in May. I'm proud for what we did last season. If you want to try to catch them, you have to win every game.

File image of Sergio Aguero. AP
File image of Sergio Aguero. AP

Asked if he would quit Chelsea for Italy, he said: 'I think must be honest, I think now it's very hard because in this moment it's not simple. It happened. For sure they have to find the right solution and improve the solution. "Then to come back and play for Chelsea with greater maturity".

"At the same time I think that we have to respect his professional decision, and I wish for him and his family the best for the present and the future". "Now he's a young player, but he's a Chelsea player and an important Chelsea player".

Asked about City's summer recruitment, the Italian said: "I was anxious because they were working very well in all aspects. (Charly) Musonda has a problem in his knee", Conte said.

"We have to try to fight until the end". It's very hard now to predict who will win the title in this league, but Manchester City are [on] a very positive path.

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