Antonio Conte doesn’t think his 18-month Tottenham contract will be a problem as he tries to rebuild the club, but has warned Tottenham must be “120%” committed to their job.
Conte’s contract runs until the end of next season, but there’s an option for the 2023-24 campaign as well. Conte, however, doesn’t think it will be a hindrance for him to spin the club.
“I think I don’t need a long contract to be sure I’m working for a club,” Conte said on Friday afternoon. “I think the club should appreciate my work and then extend my contract. But only if I show the club that they deserve this. I’m not a manager who wants many years of contract. Plus, this is not fair. Because I know very well that I am a high level coach with a significant salary for the club. “
Conte is currently trying to bring Tottenham back to the top end of English football, and he reiterated that the club need to be fully committed to their ideas for this to work.
“I am ready to improve the situation for Tottenham,” he said, “I am available to give my opinion, to give my vision, and it will not be a problem for me, a short contract. not to hire clubs for many years because I understand that salary is a significant salary for the club, and I have to deserve this type of contract. It does not matter, because Tottenham has to be 120% sure to continue to work with me.