Chelsea were held to a 1-1 draw by West Ham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday despite dominating the game.
Cesar Azpilicueta fired us into a well-deserved lead in the first-half but the Blues passed up a number of chances to extend our advantage before substitute Javier Hernandez scored the equaliser for West Ham.
Conte revealed his frustration with Chelsea’s lack of precision in front of goal against West Ham.
“In the first half, in the second half, we created a lot of chances to score,” Conte said.
“You must be clinical and score. Football is simple. If you score, you win. Otherwise, if you score only once, you stay in balance – especially in England – and anything can happen to the end. A corner in the final minute, you risk losing the win. This is not right.
“We must improve but, this season, I’m repeating this many times and I’m getting boring. You’re listening always to the same: not clinical.”