Willian, 27, collected the player of the year award and was one of the few Chelsea stars to receive any credit during their abysmal season.

CHELSEA midfielder Willian can’t wait to serve under Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge next season and hopes he enjoys a successful Euro 2016 with Italy.

The international playmaker is now on holiday after Brazil were sent crashing out of the Copa America at the group stage.

He’s already looking forward to next season and is rooting for Conte’s Italy so the incoming gaffer will arrive at Stamford Bridge in a positive mood.

Willian told Chelsea’s official magazine: “I hope he does well with Italy at the Euros and can come to Chelsea happy.

“Of course, he’s a great manager so I think he will come here and help us and I’m sure he will want to win titles here with us.

“We have to get back to playing with confidence in every game and the new manager will help us with that, so I can’t wait for next season.”

The Italian has certainly got off to a flyer at the tournament after his squad swatted aside Belgium 2-0 in their Group E opener last night.

 Willian continued to discuss his aims for next term, and vowed to repay supporters.He added: “The Chelsea fans deserve more and we know that. We need to come back for 2016/17 stronger to win titles for them.

“It’s not a case of using last season as motivation, we need to forget about it. We have the quality to improve next season and for sure we will come back strong and do everything we can to win titles for Chelsea and our fans.”