Chelsea skipper John Terry has revealed his intentions to stay at Stamford Bridge. The 35-year-old defender is in the last year of his contract but is hoping for a new deal with the club.
The former England international has been linked with a move to China, but he claimed that he is still hungry for success at Chelsea and wants to finish his career with the Blues.
“I certainly think so,” Terry said to Get West London. “I think when you get to age, there are a lot of people out there saying ‘He’s 35, almost 36, maybe his legs have gone.’
“But I’ve never had legs. I’ve never been quick, all my career. Everyone gets it in their heads but physically I’m feeling as good as I’ve ever felt for the last two or three years. I’m still in the right state of mind; I’m still hungry. I want to be here. I want to finish my career here, of course.”