Swansea City boss Paul Clement was assistant to Carlo Ancelotti when Chelsea won the double in 2010.
Clement believes this Chelsea team under Conte is a much younger team compared to the Chelsea team that won the double in 2010 and he believes this Chelsea team can dominate the Premier League for the next three to four years.
“What I remember about that double-winning season is how mature and strong the team was,” Clement said.
“We had Cech, Terry, Ballack, Lampard, Essien and Drogba who were all strong characters. They were right at their peak at that point.
“This is now a younger team, a much younger team than when I was involved.
“That’s not good news for a lot of the other clubs because Chelsea have got a squad where Gary Cahill is one of the oldest players at 31.
“They’ve got a lot of players who are around 25, 26, so if they can keep that group together then they could be title contenders for the next three to four years.”