John Terry plans add to his Stamford Bridge before his contract expires at the end of next season, the Daily Star reports.
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The Blues captain has won 15 major honours in his 16-year career with the West London outfit, with the latest one being the club’s Capital One cup success earlier in the month and Terry led from the front that day as he opened the scoring at Wembley against London rivals Tottenham in a 2-0 win
He is also well placed to secure his fourth championship with Chelsea this season, as the current league leaders have a six-point lead and a game in hand over their nearest challengers.
The 34-year-old signed a new deal with the club this week according to the BBC and is showing no signs of letting his age affect his aspirations to win more silverware with his boyhood club and admits he would retire should that hunger ever disappear:
“I just want to keep winning major trophies and being in the mix for them.” Terry told the Daily Star.
“At the start of my career that is what you want to do, you want to play as many games as you can and become captain.” he added.
“I am still captain and I am still hungry to win things and hopefully that passion never goes but if it did it is time to call it a day.”
“It is still there the way it was when I was 17 or 18 and breaking through into the first team, and as long as that passion remains and I am capable of playing I will try to stay as long as I can.” he added
John Terry joined Chelsea at the age of 14 and has amassed 653 appearances for the club, netting 59 goals, and racked up 78 national team caps before retiring from England duty in September 2012.