Chelsea captain John Terry was decisive the other night when he scored the equaliser against Everton.
The Blues skipper was often questioned about his real form in the past years while Chelsea also decided to renew over 30 contracts year-by-year and every season people think that it would be Terry’s last one at Stamford Bridge.
But John has not intention to quit and he states it very clearly:
“I think when you get to my age, there are a lot of people out there saying ‘he’s 35, almost 36, maybe his legs have gone’,” he pointed out.
“I’ve never had legs, it’s as simple as that. I’ve never been quick, all my career.
“But, physically, I’m probably 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. But I’m not even thinking of that.
“Last year it was a couple of months from now before things got sorted (with the contract), so the most important thing is getting us out of this and up that League table. But, hopefully, that (the contract) will come. I just have to keep plugging away.”