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Conte wants Chelsea to reach 30 wins

20 May 2017, 04:56 | Charlene Valdez

John Terry says he could retire when his Chelsea career comes to an end this summer.

John Terry scored for a 17th successive Premier League season as the champions eventually triumphed 4-3 courtesy of Cesc Fabregas' late strike.

"It depends if the right offer comes along then I will sit and consider it with my family, whether it's here or overseas, but I haven't made any decisions yet and I am just evaluating my options". "I never wanted to be that player that was kind of hanging about, stopping the younger players from coming through".

Relegated to a bit-part player this season, the 36-year-old made his first league start since September and marked the occasion with a goal on 22 minutes.

"A period that's been very hard for me, but I've also learned a lot", added Batshuayi. "The players and I want to reach this target".

"I was sitting there wishing that the boys kept winning and performing well because for me I have had that time".

"First and foremost it was great for me to get in the starting line-up", he added. I wanted to make the fans and the manager proud of me.


The parade will take place on the day after the FA Cup Final, when Conte's men will seal the Double if they beat Arsenal in the Wembley showpiece on May 27.

"It has been a new experience but one I have kind of enjoyed.

Mixed emotions", said Terry.

"(Arjen) Robben and (Didier) Drogba in particular and ably supported by Damien Duff, who I thought was a fantastic player as well.

"We haven't come this far to lose now, and what the manager stressed before the Watford game and again at half-time is let's be the first team to win 30 Premier League games".

After Willian, freed by Hazard, had seen a shot finger-tipped wide by Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes early in the second half, the "one for you, one for me" pattern of scoring was repeated.

"The most important thing is to win the league, but then, we you arrive at this situation, and you can write some records, I think it is important for the history".



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