John Terry could retire after leaving Chelsea in summer

The 26-year-old has scored three goals and made two assists in 33 Premier League games this season.

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

LONDON (AP) - Scrambling in his first Chelsea goal in 485 days.

Former Inter Milan coach Mazzarri joined Watford last May, replacing Quique Sanchez Flores, and guided the club to Premier League safety.

Watford suffered a fifth straight loss as the Blues won for a 14th time in 15 home games and celebrated amid blue and silver streamers.

"(And) the FA Cup final will be brilliant but only if we go and win it".

"For this reason, in my head I have a plan to try to arrive to play the final in the best condition, in the best situation for my players".

Premier League champions Chelsea will parade the trophy on May 28 - when they will also hope to be in possession of the FA Cup.

Only with the Premier League title already sealed was Terry restored to the heart of a defense he commanded for so many seasons, before age finally proved his greatest opponent. "And we were unfortunate because we could have scored before then with [Valon] Behrami and [Daryl] Janmaat, and these decisions made us lose the game". "We have four defenders injured and we still played how we did [at Chelsea]".

Chelsea captain John Terry says he has been happy to play as a substitute this season despite being left out of the club's starting line-up consistently since the start of the season. Leaving me out of the side was probably a tough decision, but... the honesty, the respect and the communication has been fantastic. "I think he has been a tremendous servant for Chelsea Football Club but I did have a bet with him past year that he wouldn't beat my [appearance] record", Harris told Goal .

Chelsea wrapped up their sixth English title with a win at West Brom on Friday, and the home fans were in a celebratory mood as they welcomed the champions back to Stamford Bridge. "John is a great man and a great legend for Chelsea".

  • Julie Sanders