John Terry: 'I will be at Chelsea next season'

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Chelsea defender John Terry insists that he has no plans to leave the club at the end of the season.

Chelsea defender John Terry has insisted that he will "definitely" be at the club next season.

Terry has failed to establish himself in Chelsea's starting lineup since the arrival of interim manager Rafael Benitez, but the club captain has revealed that he wants to make amends for a frustrating season.

The 32-year-old told The Telegraph: "This year's been really frustrating for me, not playing and picking up an injury. Initially, it looked like two or three weeks, but it turned out to be three or four months.

"I don't want to talk out of turn, but I'd love to stay at Chelsea. I'm happy to leave things until they come to me. I've got another year left and I'll definitely be here next year.

"It would be nice to get some silverware, get the season out of the way and maybe talk contracts in the summer."

The former England captain has made just 12 appearances in the Premier League for Chelsea this season.

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