Antonio Conte’s side secured the title on Friday night with a 1-0 victory at West Brom, but just like Leicester the year before, they had the advantage of not having to play in Europe.
Wenger has congratulated the Blues on their success – while also pointing out it makes it two straight years that the league has been won by a club not playing in Europe that season.
The Frenchman, whose side face Chelsea in the FA Cup final later this month, said: “(After) what we have seen this season, I congratulate Chelsea for what they have done, but you see as well, when they play in Europe it will be a different story.
“They’ve done well, congratulations, but in the last two seasons a team that hasn’t played in Europe has won the league. It will be a different season because they will have to play Saturday-Wednesday-Saturday (due to Champions League matches).”
Conte has already recognised that next season will be a completely different story, but with several new additions, is confident they will have the strength to fight on all fronts.