"It's amusing to watch a game and to see both teams score four and three goals", Conte said.
Kanu played 23 league games, majority as a substitute and scored three goals as Arsenal won the league title.
Terry announced last month he will be leaving Chelsea at the end of the season after 22 years in search of regular football.
It was a fitting way for the 36-year-old to mark what could be his final Premier League start for Chelsea, the club he has represented with such distinction since 1998.
And finally, Neville believes a rejuvenated Manchester United and Manchester City next season will also pose another major problem to Conte.
However, Terry, capped 78 times by England, admitted Sunday's home game against relegated Sunderland - where a win would see Chelsea become the first Premier League champions to win 30 games in a 38 match campaign.
"No, absolutely not. No, no, John wants to continue to play", said Conte, whose side prevailed courtesy of an 88th-minute strike by substitute Cesc Fabregas. As a player that is all you want, honesty.
Days after clinching the English Premier League (EPL) title, Chelsea needed a late goal to prevail over 16th-place Watford in a 4-3 goal fest.
Terry was named to start in the league for the first time since September 11 against Swansea and began a first game since the February 18 FA Cup win at Wolves.
Monday's win over Watford saw Chelsea match their own Premier League record of 29 wins in a season. That's magnificent. Of course there were frustrations because I didn't play a lot.
"I think there's only one other team in the league that could put out a B team as it were that would be just as good as their A team, or getting towards that, and it's Man United. For this reason, in my head, I have a plan to try to arrive to play the final in the best condition, in the best situation for my players".
The winning goal came from Michy Batshuayi who took to social media afterwards to say "god loves unexpected heroes" on his twitter. "But hopefully I think this season has been really good for them, they're safe again and sometimes they play really good football".