Antonio Conte wants to enjoy Inter's Serie A title and insists he is in no rush to discuss the future with the club.
The former Juventus and Chelsea boss has led the Nerazzurri to winning their first Serie A title in 11 years.
"We knew the victory in Crotone was the decisive step," Conte told TG5.
The Nerazzurri had beaten the Serie A strugglers on Saturday and were officially crowned Serie A Champions the following day when Atalanta were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Sassuolo.
Inter ended Juventus' domestic dominion as the Old Lady had won the previous nine Scudetto.
"First of all, I think that we must honour a dominion that ends after nine years," Conte added.
"Juventus have done something exceptional, winning the title for nine years in a row.
"At the same time, even those who have made the kingdom collapsed must be honoured.
"We are happy, we knew it would have been very complicated and we gave nothing for granted. We have approached and surpassed Juventus in just two years."
Is there a promise he wantst to make to Inter fans?
"The same one that I made when I arrived. Which is I will do everything to win and make Inter credible at home and abroad. I think we've done important things.
"We must celebrate now. Then we'll have time to talk and organise the future in the best way possible."