Chelsea skipper still has double dream

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Chelsea captain John Terry has vowed to continue the fight for two trophies this season.

The Blues appeared to be on a downward spiral following the turn of the year, but a recent run of five games unbeaten has seen spirits lifted in the Stamford Bridge camp.

Whilst manager Carlo Ancelotti has written off the club's Barclays Premier League title chances, Terry is the latest player to play up the team's chances.

“We won’t give up chasing and fighting for places,” said the club captain as the team enjoy a week off.

“All we can do is win our own games, keep going to the end and see what happens at the top."

Chelsea are well positioned in the Champions League after beating Copenhagen 2-0 in the first leg in Denmark, and are strong favourites to qualify for the quarter-finals of the competition that's eluded Roman Abramovich's men thus far.

However, Terry believes the Blues are in with a chance this term and could yet turn an indifferent season into a great one at the Bridge.


It would also repay the fans for sticking with Ancelotti's men through the hard times, a point which Terry was keen to emphasise also.

“We could still make this a good season and we’re up for the challenge. It’s time to show what we’re capable of. This is a massive time for us.”

“Our fans have kept faith with us this season and we owe it to our supporters to finish the season strongly, showing the quality we have and picking up big results.”

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