The Manchester United boss recorded 10 wins on the bounce with the London club back in 2006 – the seventh longest streak in the Premier League era.
But Conte, whose side are currently sitting on a nine game streak, says he’s more interested in getting three points against Sunderland than extending his winning record.
“I don’t like to think about records,” he said.
“We all know that it is not easy to carry on winning”
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte
“Every win is important for me because you can take three points to increase your position in the league table.
“In this case, we have won nine games in a row and simply hope to continue that way.
“We all know that it is not easy to carry on winning but we are trying hard.”
Chelsea have the chance to go six points clear at the top of the table with a win after Arsenal lost to Everton 2-1 last night.
And a victory would take them to 10 wins a row, one behind Chelsea’s Premier League record of 11 wins, four behind Arsenal’s all-time record of 14 achieved back in 2002.