John Terry: 'I won't play for another Premier League club'

John Terry is congratulated by team mate Oscar after scoring the equaliser against Southampton on March 30, 2013
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Chelsea defender John Terry reveals that he will not play for another Premier League club should he ever leave Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea defender John Terry has insisted that he would only ever leave the club to move abroad.

Terry has been at the Blues for his entire career, making a total of 572 appearances for the club, and he has revealed that his connections at Stamford Bridge would make it difficult for him to play for another English team.

The Chelsea captain told The Telegraph: "I'll definitely be here next year. Where I would go after that, it certainly wouldn't be in England.

"I couldn't do that to Chelsea or the fans. It might be another year, or another two, I don't know. It depends on my fitness and me staying in a good enough condition to impress the guys who make those decisions."

The 32-year-old's contract at the club expires in 2014.

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