John Terry may be Chelsea's most successful captain of all time, but he's not about to rest on his laurels.
The Blues have won 10 trophies under the stewardship of the 30-year-old and have a fantastic chance of adding number 11 to the cabinet should they beat Manchester United on Sunday.
And Terry, who played his 500th senior game for Chelsea last weekend, is desperate to ensure the consistent flow of silverware isn't stemmed - even after he has left Stamford Bridge.
"There is going to be a time when I move on and I retire from the game and it is important the mentality remains, that people realise how special Chelsea Football Club is," the England defender told the official Chelsea website.
"I must make sure as the captain and as the player who has been here the longest that when people come to this football club they know what it is all about and how much it means to the fans.
"I must make sure we keep that drive and mentality of winning for not just the next five years but for the next 10 or 15 years, keep the guys aiming to win trophies."
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