The 45-year-old guided the Bianconeri to the Serie A crown in 2012-13 season and admitted it was something special to be above Walter Mazzarri and Vincenzo Montella.
Conte told the reporters, “It is never easy to win this for a second time. But I am delighted to have been given this award.
“Considering this is voted for by coaches, it is really very gratifying.
“Behind this achievement is a lot of hard work and a lot of passion. They are essential components for any coach as well as the sacrifice and the time it takes away from your family.
“I want to dedicate this to them, as well as the club, my players and all the staff.
The tactician was asked again if he could succeed Cesare Prandelli at the Italy’s national team.
“I will tell you what I’ ve always told you. I will stay in my current position.
“I want to focus on Juventus because we have an important game against Fiorentina ahead of us.