John Terry has called for Chelsea to finish the season strongly and has repeated his wish to stay at the club following Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
The Blues maintained their unbeaten run under Guus Hiddink courtesy of Diego Costa’s injury-time goal and the Blues skipper, who revealed last week that he is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season when his contract expires, underlined his willingness to sign a new deal.
When questioned about his future at the club, Blues skipper Terry told Sky Sports 1: “It’s a difficult one. The club’s the most important thing.
“There’s no communication between myself and the club at the minute and I said what I had to say and that’s how it was. But more importantly we need to start winning matches and get up the table where we should be.
“We’re disappointed to be where we are in the league but the fans have been brilliant and stuck with us thick and thin.”
Regarding the penalty appeal in the first half, he added: “It was going in I think. He’s put his hands up…they’re difficult ones for the referee, inside the box it’s going in, it’s got to be a penalty for me.”
“It’s not a bad result but we need to start winning.”
Terry also reserved praise for the club’s fans, saying: “(The atmosphere was) incredible, they’re the best fans in the world. What they’ve done and given for me as a young 14 and 17-year-old boy… I’ll never forget. The memories will live with me forever.”