Victory meant that Shakespeare has become the first British manager ever to win his first four top-flight league games in the Premier League era.
"We have to play on Wednesday against Manchester City and we all know the strength of their team, but for now the most important thing is to rest and recover well".
"At the end (of the season) if we deserve to win the title we will be very happy".
"It's very hard to see this situation".
The next step then is Manchester City at home, under the Wednesday night lights.
"For sure, for people watching this league, it's a good result. So we must recover and rest, and remember that in England there are no easy games", he said.
"If you are at Tottenham, if you win it's great, great, but if you lose.it's not a disaster, no?"
"When you are lucky enough to fight for the title there is the pressure but not only for us, for a lot of teams".
"We have tried to keep this position".
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All of this may prove to be a mere blemish in a season which, so far, has seen Chelsea dominate the push for the title.
Parish had paid a visit to the Palace dressing room after the 4-0 home loss to relegation rivals Sunderland on February 4, and he said: "Emotions were running high. and there were just one or two things which I wanted to talk to them about. In every game here, anything can happen because the league is so strong". But if I was betting man, with the odds as they are, I'd be more inclined to take a punt on Tottenham.
"Now we have to think about the next game".
Chelsea failed to avoid defeat against Palace despite boasting a close to full-strength team and having nearly 80 minutes in which to turn the game around.
Conte's side went into Saturday's clash with relegation-threatened Palace sitting 10 points clear at the top of the table and having won their previous 13 fixtures at Stamford Bridge.
Wilfried Zaha levelled the score line in the ninth minute from a low finish while Christian Benteke gave Palace the lead in the 11 minute after some poor defending from Chelsea before he dinked a shot over goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Interviewed by Belgian channel Play Sports alongside worldwide team-mate and Palace striker Christian Benteke, Hazard said: "There is nothing to say [on my future]".
"It was there before he left for the Ivory Coast". "His performances are consistent at the moment and he certainly showed it today with his quality of football in possession".
"To perform like that against the best defence in the league is obviously something that everybody will take notice of. We've put ourselves in a healthy position in the league and the gap is still there".