The Bianconeri closed in on a third straight Scudetto title under Conte after Paul Pogba's second-half strike proved enough to down the Rossoblu in Turin this evening.
With four games remaining and Conte's men boasting an eight-point lead over second-placed Roma, the current Juve squad could be forgiven for dreaming of a hat-trick of top-flight titles, but the Italian coach insists that nothing is won yet.
Asked if Juve were now almost champions, Conte told Sky Sport Italia: "We made a good step forward.
"We only look to our own results and not what Roma do, even if they are doing extraordinary things. We're not at the finish line yet."
Conte's side travel to Portugal next week for a Europa League semi-final first-leg tie with Benfica.