Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has assured club fans he will not resign even if his side fail to land all his transfer targets.

After the arrival of Alvaro Morata, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger in the summer, the transfer window closes on Thursday, and Conte is looking at landing more players to boost his squad.

Some of his targets include Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater, Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente.

But owner Roman Abramovich appears not to be taking the demand seriously, and the Blues may not buy more players this window.

Conte has, however, assured fans he would not resign despite the situation.

"I think my message for the fans is always the same. I'm totally committed to the club, to improve my players and my team," he said.

He added that as a coach, not a manager, his work is on the pitch.

"Then for sure, when you want to strengthen your squad you have to give your opinion to the club. They go to the market to try to help us, sometimes it's possible, sometimes it's not."

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