The Times reported earlier this month that Conte was planning to leave Chelsea at the end of the current season and return to Italy amid dissatisfaction at the level of support he has received from the Blues board.
"Winning in England, winning in this league is so hard and only one team can win, so it is important that we put all of ourselves into doing the best job we can do".
"For two weeks I am reading wrong things", he said.
The Chelsea boss led the club to Premier League glory during his first season in charge - but the defending champions are already nine points adrift of pacesetters Manchester City following Saturday's shock defeat to Crystal Palace.
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"I like to have these great feelings with our fans and I don't see a problem but sometimes we want to create this type of situation". Sometimes I hate this job, because sometimes you lose your life. My daughter is going to school here in Cobham.
'But I always say our job is very hard and it is very odd because one day you are the best and another day you stay at your home'. "When [you] want to write something it is important to write the truth and my family stays here, not in Italy". I told him this and my task is to help him always to find the right way and not the wrong way. I coached my first team when I was 14! "So it's natural that I would get the chance to play under him". And in my mind, there's no doubt I will be home before long.
There have been countless reports linking Antonio Conte with a move back to Italy, despite only being a year into his successful reign at Chelsea. We have [Eden] Hazard, Willian and Pedro, and usually two play, so this season could be good to show he deserves to play.