John Terry believes he can still play at the top level for another three years, as he looks to leave Chelsea at the end of the season.
The club captain is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season, but the club is prepared to give him another contract.
And Terry feels he is still good enough to play Champions League-level football for some time and reiterated his desire to remain at Stamford Bridge.
“While I’ve got a couple of years left, the main thing for me is to fully focus on that and give everything,” he told reporters at The London Football Awards.
“I’ve definitely got two or three years in me. I’d be gutted if it isn’t at Chelsea, I’ve said clearly I want to stay.
“As a player in your mid-30s you get written off a little bit.
“Pretty much like the team early on in the season! We get written off and all of a sudden, a couple of wins and who knows what’s going to happen?”