Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses, has hailed Chelsea's away win at Swansea in the Premier League on Saturday, and eagerly looks forward to the Blues' next clash with Liverpool at the Stamford Bridge, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
"It was a tough game, but we knew this against a team who is fighting to avoid relegation", Conte added.
He told Match of the Day: "It's a massive three points for us".
Matt Phillips gave West Bromwich Albion a glimmer of hope of staying in the English Premier League by securing a 1-0 win at Newcastle to extend the team's unbeaten run to four games.
Liverpool are now in the driving seat as they're six points ahead of Chelsea in third place but they've played a game more and crucially must travel to Stamford Bridge next weekend. They certainly looked like a side with their semi-final second leg in Rome on their mind as they failed to make the most of 72 per cent possession against the visitors who had never won a league game at Anfield.
Fabregas' fourth-minute curler - his first goal in the league since August - was enough to see off Swansea, who remained competitive but without a cutting edge. The south London club climbed to 11th place - six points clear of the bottom three - after beating Leicester 5-0.
"Our top scorer has scored only 12 goals", the Chelsea boss said after his 50th Premier League victory. Today has been very positive to put that pressure on Tottenham.
The win lifts Antonio Conte's side just two points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, which faces Watford at Wembley on Tuesday (AEST).
"They played a good game, especially in the second half when they tried to push us".
They travel to Bournemouth next weekend before the Southampton and Stoke matches.
"When I arrived, we were depending on others, but now we just depend on ourselves".
"The first half was good and maybe at the end we struggled a little bit, the last 10 minutes, because they could have scored, but I think we have to dig in, in certain moments, and we are ready to do that".
"If when I came here I said we will compete in the last three games to stay up, nobody would have believed me".