Chelsea captain John Terry has revealed that he will not play for another club and could even consider retirement if he doesn’t receive a new deal, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 34-year-old was tipped to leave during the previous summer alongside Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole, but was instead given a new one year contract.
His extension proved to be a great investment, as Terry has been at the top of his game under manager Jose Mourinho at the heart of the Blues’ defence.
However, with the current campaign nearing it’s conclusion, the club skipper is still unsure whether he will be offered a new deal, something that could lead him to quitting football altogether.
“I don’t know how long I have left. Hopefully I have a few years, but if this is my last year then I hope it will go out on a bang,” he said.
When asked about the possibility of playing for another team, the former England international rejected the notion and insisted that there is a right time to end his successful career.
“No, and I also think there’s a right time to go as well.
“Certainly I am feeling great at the minute and it would be the wrong time to go.
“But there does come a point where it would be the right time to go, to say it’s time to move on and people will remember you that way.
Terry has spent 17 years with Chelsea, making over 500 appearances and winning all the major club trophies available for grabs.