Terry keen to reach another final

October 22, 2013
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Chelsea captain John Terry has said before Tuesday's clash with Schalke that his aim this season is to play in the Champions League final.

In 2008, Terry missed from the spot in the dramatic penalty shoot-out defeat to Manchester United in the Champions League final in Moscow and was suspended for last year's victory over Bayern Munich.

He said: "I played in one (final) and was very disappointed in the one in Moscow, but delighted for the side to go on and win it the way we did.

"But as an individual you want to be playing in those games, in those moments and that's what I'm aiming to do.

"Jose Mourinho was honest with me at the start of the season and said 'listen, if you play well and stay fit, you'll be in the side'. If that's not the case, I won't be in the side, which then puts everything else up in the air.

"The manager has been great for me. My career is where it is because of this man. I'm very proud to be working with him again and the team is in a good period at the moment, we're slowly getting where we want to be."

Terry, 19.00 to open the scoring against Schalke, is out of contract at the end of the season but has refused to comment on whether he is willing to pen a new deal at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are currently third in Champions League Group E, level on points with second-place Basel and three behind Schalke. Steaua Bucharest are bottom, having lost their first two group matches.

The Blues are 2.25 to beat Schalke on Tuesday and 1.66 to eventually top Group E.

Ashley Cole has not travelled to Germany after failing to recover from a rib injury in time.


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