Conte has been a revelation at Chelsea since arriving at the club last summer.
The Italian has guided the Blues 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League table, while his side are also in the FA Cup semi-finals.
His success has been achieved with a change in formation which will have been implemented in training.
Rio Ferdinand claims Antonio Conte's training sessions at Chelsea are dull
And although Conte’s methods have worked wonders at Chelsea, Manchester United legend Ferdinand claims some at Chelsea find his sessions dull.
“The key to sticking with 3-4-3 will be repetition, repetition, repetition,” he told The Sunday Times.
“Chelsea play it so well because Antonio Conte lives and breathes repetition of phases of play, of game management, of team shape.
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“From people at Chelsea I know his sessions are mundane.
“Players think initially: “What’s this?” They want to enjoy training yet he has them playing against shadows, practising their positions depending where the ball is.
“You stop and freeze and he breaks down the game for you.
“These are 30-40 minute sessions that could be boring, but when the players see it working, and the pictures he has painted in training appear in games, they believe.”