Italy manager Antonio Conte has assured fans that his focus is fully on the national team ahead of his move to Chelsea after Euro 2016.
The 46-year-old, who was announced as Guus Hiddink’s replacement in April, insists he has his sights firmly set on taking Italy as far as possible in this summer’s tournament.
Antonio Conte while speaking to the press said
‘Those who know me well are very well aware that I handle one thing at a time, I try to face them in the best possible way,’ he said. ‘The Euro is the end of a two-year journey.’
Conte also added that the full efforts of not only himself, but the entire team, will be vital if Italy will are to make a serious impact in the competition.
‘I want to face this tournament in the best way possible, while knowing the difficulties that we didn’t expect to have.
‘I always talk about work – we need to work with our head down and give all we have to do something beautiful.’