Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has expressed his desire to stay at the club for a number of years following a first successful season in London, according to BBC Sport.
The 48-year-old manager arrived at Stamford in 2016, winning the title with Chelsea in his debut season with the Blues who won 30 matches under the former Juventus coach.
Yet, in July, the Express reported that the Italian coach had grown frustrated with the board after Chelsea failed to land a number of their summer transfer targets, including Romelu Lukaku, and could quit Stamford Bridge.
However, after signing a new contract, the Italian manager has revealed that he wants to remain at Chelsea for the foreseeable future.
“When you start a job with a new club, I hope to stay in this club for many years. Honestly, the new stadium will be great – but I love Stamford Bridge a lot,” Conte revealed to BBC Sport.
“Stamford Bridge is like my house.” he said to the BBC.