The Italian is desperate for the Blues to become the first team to achieve 30 wins in a Premier League season.
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He also wants to keep continuity as he prepares his title-winning team for their double bid against Arsenal in the FA Cup Final six days’ later.
That means Terry’s likely to be back among the substitutes as he prepares to leave the club where he has spent 22 years.
Terry, 36, was given his first league start for seven months in a much-changed side against Watford on Monday.
He suffered a mixed bag after scoring the opener and then gifting the Hornets an equaliser just two minutes later in Chelsea’s 4-3 win.
Conte gave his champions three days off this week, allowing them to go abroad if they wanted, and they reported back for training today.
It is the longest break they have had this season.
But he is anxious there are no slips on the final-day, with 30 wins seeing him get one up on Jose Mourinho, who managed 29 in his first season in charge at Chelsea in 2004-5.
Meanwhile, Starsport understands young Blues striker Tammy Abraham wants a new contract which will see his pay doubled from £40,000 to £80,000.
Brighton are interested in signing the 19-year-old with Arsenal reportedly also keen.
The England Under-21 star impressed on loan at Bristol City this season, scoring 23 goals in 41 appearances.
Championship club Aston Villa have joined thrown their hat in the ring to sign Terry.
Villa chief executive Keith Wyness said: “You could put us on a list of clubs who would be looking at John. It’s something we’ve had a chat about.”
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