I Have Enjoyed This Season At Chelsea - John Terry

Antonio Conte says he is not just content with Chelsea's Premier League title victory last week and has set his sights on another piece of history.

He will lift a 15th major honour and fifth Premier League title in Chelsea's final game of the league season against Sunderland on Sunday on his Stamford Bridge farewell.

Terry, who is leaving Chelsea after 22 years when his contract expires, insisted no decision had been made and stated that retirement could even be an option in the aftermath of the dramatic 4-3 win over Watford - a match in which he scored the opening goal.

"You can work as hard as you want but if the team are playing well and winning you are not going to get back in, and the manager made that clear to me".

"I think there's only one other team in the league that could put out a B team as it were that would be just as good as their A team, or getting towards that, and it's Man United". It's important for the players.

Conte will be hoping to steer Chelsea to a domestic double this season when the Blues take on Arsenal in the FA Cup final at Wembley at the end of the month.

"Of course there were frustrations because I did not play a lot".

Conte said this was due to injury, and added that the England under-21 midfielder may leave Stamford Bridge on loan next season.

Conte handed Batshuayi as well as youngsters Kenedy, Nathan Ake and Nathaniel Chalobah their first Premier League starts of the season against Watford, while Ola Aina came on as a substitute but Ruben Loftus-Cheek was absent in the match day squad.

"There were some positives and some not so, but it was a good game and we are still evaluating for next season". "We have four defenders injured and we still played how we did (at Chelsea)".

  • Salvatore Jensen