Terry to play out career at Chelsea

Chelsea captain John Terry expects to finish his career at Stamford Bridge and does not see himself playing for any other club, The Daily Mail reports.

The 31 year old has been with Chelsea since the age of 14 and aside from a brief stint at Nottingham Forest on loan, he has played for the West Londoners his whole career. Terry is fifth in the club’s all-time appearance list and is the most successful captain in Chelsea history. The England international has lifted three Premier League titles as captain along with three FA Cups and two League Cups.

Terry said: ’I am really proud to have spent my whole career here. I have been fortunate enough to start at a very young age and to see different managers come in, big managers, and for me to keep improving. When I finish playing, I want to come back to Stamford Bridge and bring my kids to watch games and things like that. For me, I am really proud to be at one club and no other club. I could never see myself in another shirt anyway’.

The Chelsea captain is currently facing prosecution over alleged racist abuse towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand, but has been backed by manager Andre Villas-Boas. Terry is expected to start in the heart of the Chelsea defence against Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

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