The Blues had five members of England’s squad which won the World Cup in India on Saturday.
And despite Chelsea‘s reputation for not giving their kids a go, manager Conte wants to hand them a chance.
The Italian said: “I think I am the best person to give this type of possibility, if I see they deserve it.
“Don’t forget that my first appearance in Serie A, I was only 16-years-old.
Blues kids Callum Hudson-Odoi, Marc Guehi, Jonathan Panzo and George McEachran all started the final in Kolkata, while Conor Gallagher came on as a sub.
Conte added: “I am very happy for our academy because it means our academy is working very well.
“Against Everton last week Ampadu started for the first time and he is only 17.
“I repeat: I want to give these possibilities — but you have to deserve these possibilities.”