Chelsea captain John Terry has thanked teammates and expressed his joy at Chelsea coming back to rescue a draw against Spurs on Monday night.
Terry has never lost a home game with Chelsea against Spurs over the course of his career; with the North London side's miserable visits to Stamford Bridge now spanning the last 27 years.
Last night it had looked like it would come to an end, as Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son put Tottenham 2-0 up at half-time, only for the Blues to hit back through Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard.
Terry expressed his feelings on Instagram after the game, also congratulating Leicester City. He included the words 'not on my shift', conveying that there was no way he wanted to be part of a Chelsea side losing at home to Tottenham, and wanted to give it his all to ensure it did not happen.
"johnterry.26 What a game that was last night.
"Great character from the players to come back from 2-0 down.
"The atmosphere was incredible and we know how much that result means to you supporters. 27 years #notonmyshift
"Congratulations Leicester City and all their players, Claudio Ranieri who fully deserve the league title this year."
Terry played under Ranieri for several seasons early in his career, and he and the rest of the Chelsea side will likely give new champions Leicester City a guard of honour when they face off on the final day of the season.