By FOX Sports staff
Pior to the match at Juventus Stadium, the 43-year-old had warned of the qualities of Giuseppe Iachini's in-form side.
And on Sunday goals from Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sebastian Giovinco, and Paul Pogba proved the players had heeded their manager's pre-match warnings.
"We took to the field with a good approach, showing great respect for Siena who possess all the characteristics required to stay up," Conte was quoted as saying the club's website.
"They're in good form and came into the fixture following important results. I knew it wouldn't be easy and that's why I kept the tension high.
"Congratulations to the lads, they really did well today [Sunday]."
Conte did have another word of warning but this time it was for the Bianconeri home fans who were unhappy following a 1-1 draw with Geona late last month.
"Unfortunately booing is becoming a bad habit at this stadium, supporters can't boo the lads' first mistake," he said.
"I'll remind them that this team has done extraordinary things, but above all brought back a sense of belonging and pride to all Bianconeri fans."
"My lads deserve respect, they're all committed to following me. They all know that we mustn't lose sight of our target and can only reach it through endeavour and sacrifice. Hard work is the reason behind us commanding top spot for a year and our proximity to the Champions League quarter-finals."
Juve have now extended their lead at the top of Serie A to seven points.