Chelsea have nothing left to play for in the Premier League but Oscar insists the Blues will be going all out in their remaining games in an attempt to impress Antonio Conte.

Conte has signed a three-year deal with the west Londoners to become the club’s next manager after his Italy contract expires in the summer.

Guus Hiddink remains in charge in the interim period and suffered his first league defeat since returning to the club on Saturday as Swansea ran out 1-0 winners in Wales.

Conte will officially take over the reins following the conclusion of Euro 2016 in France but is already making preparations for next term and has met with the players.

The incoming boss will be monitor the progress of the squad between now and his arrival and their performances in the final few matches could determine their futures.

"I try to play my best for Chelsea but it’s not just me, the whole team will try to win games to impress the new coach ahead of next season," Oscar said.

"We have six games left this season. We played well against Swansea but we didn’t win and now we have to focus on the next match because it’s very important for us.

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“It will be a good game against Manchester City."

Chelsea will certainly need to put in stronger displays than the one they produced at the Liberty Stadium if they are to impress Conte.

Gylfi Sigurdsson's first-half goal handed Swansea victory against a Blues side who looked to be carrying several passengers in an experimental line-up.

However, Brazilian international Oscar revealed the Chelsea squad were disappointed not to come away with a point after pushing for an equaliser against the Swans.

"Everyone in the dressing room was unhappy because we played well," he added. "We had chances to score goals but we didn't and when you lose it's difficult.

"We started well but when they scored they started to play better. We spoke in the dressing room at half-time and said we need to improve our game.

“In the second half we played well but if you don't score a goal you don't win the game.”

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