The Italian's success has attracted interest from Inter Milan, who want him to be their boss next term.
“Would I like him to stay? The answer is yes, 100 per cent, just like I want all of our players to stay. But the nature of football is that sometimes people stay, people go.
“It's important we keep the freshness about this team next season, we keep the competition, we keep the goals, keep everything in place to have a successful year.
“Having the same manager in place is fantastic and competition for places everywhere, plus a few additions, that's always healthy.
“I don't know why he [Conte] wouldn't be happy. If you saw him at West Brom [when Chelsea clinched the title], you could see that after just winning the League in his first season. But I can't speak about people's personal situations and decisions."