John Terry insists retirement is the furthest thing from his mind.
The Chelsea captain, now age 31, is adamant that this will not be his last crack at the European Cup — and insists he is not going anywhere in a hurry.
The England international said: “I think I’ve got a few years left in me.”
“And I think I’ve shown with my performances this season that I’m as focused and committed as ever, despite what has been happening off the field.
“I’m focused and I know what I have to do for Chelsea. Nothing has changed there.
“I am fortunate and privileged to be the captain of this club.
“Going into this game against Napoli, you won’t find two people who care more about Chelsea than myself and Robbie Di Matteo. We have blue blood in our veins. We represent Chelsea and we have that fiery atmosphere in the dressing room that we hope everyone feeds off.”