Rumours are circulating that the Italian will leave Stamford Bridge in the summer if Chelsea fail to qualify for the Champions League, a fate that looks increasingly likely given their are just seven games remaining.
When inquired whether he fretted for his future having lost the hopes of acquiring at least a top-four finish, the illustrious gaffer said, "I'm not anxious". It's been a tough period for him, but for no doubt about his talent, his character. "I'm so happy for him".
Southgate is set to name his 23-man World Cup squad at the end of May, and Alli will be hoping to be included in the starting lineup in England's opener to Tunisia on June 18.
"Yes (I have got the maximum from my players this season)".
From the beginning of the 2015/2016 season up until today, Spurs have collected 220 top flight points, which is considerably more than the two other biggest capital clubs Chelsea (199), and Arsenal (197).
Alvaro Morata had put Chelsea in front but Christian Eriksen spectacularly equalized in first-half stoppage time with a powerful, swerving long-range strike.
On team's possibility of qualifying in the Champions League, Conte said: "We have to try until the end to catch the teams in the Champions League places and in this case, it is Tottenham and Liverpool". Even more impressively, Spurs did most of the damage without Harry Kane, who made his return from injury as a second-half substitute.
A frustrated Antonio Conte, kicked the bottles on the sidelines, after Dele Ali scored the third goal for the Spurs.
"Then the club has to take the decision. But I repeat, I am not anxious about this".
The 48-year-old, who guided Chelsea to Premier League glory last season, has been critical of the team's transfer policy this term as the Blues struggle to reach the heights of 2016-17.
"Yeah, I'm sure about this. It was important we stayed solid at the back".
Chelsea enjoyed most of the chances before the break, but needed Lloris's help to open the scoring.
He could do nothing to stop Alli a minute later, though, with the Tottenham man superbly controlling a long ball and finishing off the post for his 35th goal on his 100th appearance in the Premier League.
Chelsea were the side far more in desperate need of the points and that began to show as the first-half developed.
This was a hugely symbolic win for Spurs.
Son was again denied by Caballero but Alli pounced on the pinball inside the Chelsea area before slotting into the bottom corner.