Inter manager Antonio Conte is happy to have won the Scudetto with the Nerazzurri and said the victory has to become an obsession for them.
Two goals from
celebrate their Serie A title success in style with a 5-1 thrashing ofSampdoria
at the San Siro on Sunday.
's failure to beatSassuolo
last Sunday ensured leaders Inter were crowned champions for the first time in 11 years.
“There is immense satisfaction for me and the players, for all those who contributed to this. Inter hadn’t won the Scudetto for 11 years, so inevitably there’s a great desire to celebrate,”
Conte told Sky Sport Italia
said they have made a big difference and restored credibility to the club.
“Over two years, we brought back credibility to Inter, the club, the team and the fans. I’ve missed my chance to celebrate too many times in my life, this time I want to enjoy it to the full. As for the rest, we’ll see.
“I think the work we’ve done over two years has made a big difference, as the squad improved not only on the pitch, but also in terms of transfer value. The team is now considerably more valuable than it was when I took over, and so I think investing in my experience has paid off.
“Since we went to the top of the table, we’ve left absolutely nothing to chance. Zero. We didn’t ease off for a moment, not even today.
“I always said victory has to become an obsession for a winner, like a drug that they need. There’s Roma next, let’s take it one step at a time and always try to get the best out of every game.”