The 47-year-old has been linked with a potential return to Italy with former Serie A heavyweights Inter Milan, but his recent comment would come as a huge sigh of relief for the Blues' faithful, who would want the club to progress further under Conte next term.
That's a contrast to his first spell at Chelsea when he was heavily criticised by television pundits for the poor quality of his defending - despite eventually being sold for a world record fee of £50million for a defender.
So Luiz can understand why many people wondered if he had made a mistake. I am enjoying my football again, " he said. I was there for two years and won all the titles in France.More news: Senate Republicans Try to Balance Lower Premiums Against Pre-Existing Conditions
"So that's why it was a risk".
"I love the risk". In your life if you don't take a risk you're not going to taste something new. It is a new role for me and I am still getting used to it, " Moses said.
"I think the club always saw my job, during pre-season and in that period, and trusted in my job".
The 30-year-old admitted that he took a risk and a cut in pay when he chose to leave PSG and join Antonio Conte's Chelsea side, but the move paid off in other ways as he helped the Blues claim the Premier League title. "I have this dream and also my players have this dream".More news: British police find suspicious items in investigation into Manchester attack
"Every day we are working hard and that's why we deserve it".
And while Fabregas took no issue with Conte over the decision to instead opt for Nemanja Matic in midfield - and hopes to fight for his place at Stamford Bridge - he would not be drawn into a definitive answer on his long-term future following links to several top clubs.
Three of those games came in a sequence back in September when Chelsea followed a 2-2 draw at Swansea City with defeats against Liverpool and Arsenal - the latter 3-0 hammering prompting reports that Conte could be sacked just three months into a three-year deal. I like it a lot.More news: Police have nabbed 'large part' of Manchester bomber's network
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