John Terry Wants To Remain At Chelsea – Chelsea captain John Terry has once again reiterated his desire to continue playing for the club.
Speaking after the Blues’ last match of the season against Leicester, Terry apologized to the fans for the poor season so far, and promised a reinvigorated campaign next season.
“This season for us Chelsea fans, it has not been a good one,” 35-year old Terry said. “We have not been at our best and we are where we deserve to be in the league. From the supporters point of view, you have stuck with us, through the thick and the thin. We have had some great times in recent years and thank you for the support. At times we accept we have not been good enough, but I can assure you we will be back next year and we will be fighting for this title.”
“On a personal note, I would like to thank everyone as well because this season has been tough for me, very emotional. Chelsea is a big part of my life, like it is yours, and I have had the best moments of my life inside this stadium. From myself and the players, I’d like to say a big thank you.
“We all want the same thing. I want to be here. I’ve said for a very long time that I want to be here for the rest of my career, I want to finish my career here so we have a few days and we’ll be speaking to the club and In want to stay, no doubt. The fans know that.”