The Italian manager is primed to have Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Dejan Kulusevski AND Richarlison at his disposal in a frightening forward line.
But how Conte will fit them all into his Tottenham team, especially in his wing-back system, remains a mystery.
What is more likely is the added fixtures that come from qualifying for the Champions League mean the frightening quartet will be rotated to maintain fresh legs.
Despite Spurs shelling out £60million on Richarlison, the 25-year-old will not start over talisman Kane up front.
Instead the Brazilian could be deployed off the right-hand side, with Golden Boot winner Son on the left.
Then at wing-back new signing Ivan Perisic is primed to start on the left, while Djed Spence may line up on the opposite flank.
Spurs are keen on Spence but SunSport exclusively revealed last week the North Londoners and Middlesborough are some way apart in their valuations of the England U21 ace.
In midfield £25m new boy Yves Bissouma is likely to partner Rodrigo Bentancur in what is shaping up to be a mean looking Spurs side.
And finally in defence Clement Lenglet is primed to slot in on the left of Conte’s back three.
Reports suggest Spurs are on the verge of clinching a loan deal for the Barcelona star.
With Eric Dier and Cristian Romero also at the back, and Hugo Lloris in goal, Conte and Co may well force their way into title contention.
Alternatively Kulusevski’s stunning form since his January switch from Juventus makes him hard to leave out.
He could keep his place on the right while Richarlison settles into his new team, and the reliable Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg could also keep his place in the middle.
Spurs have also been linked with a swoop for Bayer Leverkusen centre-back Piero Hincapie, who could start if he is recruited.
Meanwhile Emerson Royal is likely to continue at right wing-back if Spurs and Boro fail to thrash out a deal for Spence.