Antonio Conte thinks he has made Inter players more valuable in the market after urging them to change with bigotry.
Inter have been celebrating the Scudetto since yesterday with Sampdoria’s 5-1 win at the San Siro, early this morning, while being given an honorary accompaniment before kick-off.
It was Inter’s 14th consecutive home win for the club’s record after a double goal from Alexis Sanchez while one each from Roberto Gagliardini, Andrea Pinamonti and Lautaro Martinez helped their stylish victory.
Conte ended Juventus’ dominance in Serie A for the Nerazzurri to win the trophy after 11 years and he also thinks his level of management has made Inter players more valuable.
He told Sky Italia: “I think the efforts we have put in over these two years have made a huge difference, the squad has improved not only on the pitch but in terms of market value.
“This team is far more valuable than when I first took over, and I feel the investment in my experience has paid off.
“I have always believed that my presence will bring certain hopes. I think those hopes have now been fulfilled.”