Chelsea Manager, Antonio Conte is far from done for the season despite claiming the EPL title on Friday.

The Italian gaffer has expressly stated that the Blues will need to win the FA Cup to turn a "great season" into a "fantastic" one.

Michy Batshuayi's late goal in a 1-0 win at West Brom saw Chelsea claiming their second league title in three years and while they partied well into the night they are already looking at the FA Cup task ahead of them.

Conte's side face Arsenal in the FA Cup final on 27 May.

"For me to win in my first season in England, I am really proud of the achievement," he told BBC Sport.

"My players showed me great professionalism, commitment, work-rate and will to try to win this league.

"We have two games to celebrate, then we try to make this season from great to fantastic."

Conte, who took charge at Chelsea after leaving Italy at the end of Euro 2016, says switching to a three-man defence in the wake of a 3-0 defeat by Arsenal in September was pivotal to the Blues' season.

Chelsea were eighth, eight points behind leaders Manchester City after that loss at Emirates Stadium. A 13-match winning streak followed, and they are now 10 points clear of their nearest challengers with two games remaining.