Chelsea media round-up: Terry admits he wants to play on for years

A round up of news stories this morning related to Chelsea.

John Terry has been quoted by FIFA suggesting he would never turn his back on the Blues.

There has been speculation over the captain’s future with his deal at the club set to expire this summer.

He’s yet to be offered a new contract to stay at Stamford Bridge but has implied Chelsea are the only club he really wants to commit to.

“I don't know how long I have left. Hopefully I have a few years left but if this is my last year then I hope it will go out on a bang,” said the skipper.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has told the Daily Express that he doesn’t need anyone to tell him to improve on his weaknesses.

Cahill has been inconsistent in the recent past, which has seen him lose his place to Kurt Zouma on one or two occasions.

He’s admitted that he’s his own worst critic and is always looking for ways to improve his game and get better.

“I am my own worst critic. I’ve learned as I’ve got older to be a bit less hard on myself than when I was younger. Then, I thought it was the end of the world. Now I move on a bit better,” he said.

Chelsea captain John Terry has been quoted by the Irish Examiner suggesting his side need to show focus after their League Cup win.

The Blues take on West Ham in the Premier League this week and could potentially extend their lead at the top of the table.

“There are no celebrations now, nothing. We report for training and kick on straight away to Wednesday,” said the defender.

Chelsea will be determined to make up for Manchester City’s defeat to Liverpool last weekend.

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