Antonio Conte makes a promise to Tottenham fans, John Terry warns Harry Kane

Antonio Conte could part ways with Inter Milan after just one season

Conte promises quality football 

Tottenham Hotspur appointed Antonio Conte as their manager after sacking Nuno Espirito Santo and the Italian has promised to deliver good and attractive football to the fans.

 The Londoners have struggled under Nuno so far this season and the fans have been treated to a boring style of football.

 Daniel Levy initially promised the fans that he would bring in a manager who could deliver free-flowing attacking football but the former Wolverhampton manager did anything but that.

 It will be interesting to see if Conte can win over the fans with his style of play and positive results.

 The Italian has managed in the Premier League before with Chelsea and he has won the competition. There is no doubt that he has the pedigree to guide Tottenham to trophies.

“To be Tottenham manager it is a great pleasure and honour,” Conte told the club’s official website.

 “I want to repay this trust. My coaching philosophy is very simple – to play good football and attractive football for our fans with passion. To have a stable team – not up and down.

‘I think the fans deserve to have a team that is competitive with a will to fight. I will do everything to deserve their support.”

Terry praises Conte, warns Kane

 Meanwhile, former Chelsea legend John Terry has warned Tottenham striker Harry Kane that he will have to work hard under Antonio Conte.

 The England international has not been at his best since the start of the season and it will be interesting to see if he can regain his sharpness under the Italian manager.

 Conte is known for his intense training sessions and hard-working style of play and Kane will certainly have to adapt his game according to the manager’s philosophy.

 Terry will know all about Conte’s demanding style of football having worked with him at Stamford Bridge.

 The former England defender managed to win a Premier League title under the Italian manager.

Commenting on Instagram, Terry wrote: “I hate to say it but what a signing this is. The players will love Antonio and his staff. Be ready to go to work @harrykane.”