The Turin giants go into Sunday's game at Genoa on the back of a midweek 1-1 draw against Bologna.
The result was Juve's fifth draw in their last six league games and left Conte's side two points adrift of league leaders AC Milan.
"I can only compliment my players because they are working so hard," Conte said.
"My players are to be praised because they hate to lose. Against Bologna we played a great game and we deserved the win.
"But we cannot forget that no one has yet come out triumphant against us."
Massimiliano Allegri's AC Milan go into Sunday's match against Lecce looking to put behind them their 3-0 Champions League midweek defeat at Arsenal.
Despite their dismal performance in London, the Rossoneri still progressed to the quarter-finals of the competition 4-3 on aggregate.
Lazio host Bologna on Sunday on a high after last weekend's 2-1 derby triumph over Roma. The result followed their 1-0 victory over Fiorentina and lifted the Biancoceleste to third place, two points clear of Udinese.
Udinese are in the Piedmont region this weekend and will face a Novara side that lost 1-0 at Bologna last time out.
The result led to the sacking of Novara coach Emiliano Mondonico after just 37 days in charge.
Novara, who are 19th in the standings, 12 points below safety, have reinstated former coach Attilio Tesser.
Roma conceded their first defeat at home since October in last weekend's 2-1 loss to Lazio in the city derby, and the Giallorossi will look to make amends with victory at Palermo on Saturday.
Siena are looking to improve their away form when they square off against bottom side Cesena at the Dino Manuzzi stadium. The Tuscan outfit has won just two games on the road this season.
Fiorentina have won just once on the road this season and travel to Catania on Sunday.
Atalanta are unbeaten in five league games and host a Parma side five places but just two points behind them in the standings.
Napoli overcame the absence of star man Edinson Cavani to sweep aside Cagliari in a 6-3 thriller at Stadio San Paolo.
Cavani was rested by Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri ahead of next week's Champions League clash with Chelsea but the home side still possessed plenty of attacking threat.
Marek Hamsik, Paolo Cannavaro, Christian Maggio, Walter Gargano and Ezequiel Lavezzi shared Napoli's goals, with Cagliari defender Davide Astori contributing an own goal.
Joaquin Larrivey scored a hat-trick in reply for Cagliari to enjoy some personal glory, but it could not prevent a humbling defeat.
In the night's other game, Inter Milan left it late to beat Chievo with two goals in the last three minutes earning them a 2-0 win at Stadio Bentegodi.
Chievo had frustrated Inter throughout, but just when it looked like they had done enough to earn a point, Walter Samuel headed Inter in front.
Diego Milito, who missed a penalty in the 14th minute, sealed the win in stoppage time to lift some of the pressure from Inter coach Claudio Ranieri.