John Terry wants to finish career at Chelsea but considering jumping on MLS bandwagon

John Terry is contemplating his future after another successful season at Chelsea.

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John Terry has opened up the prospect of a move to Major League Soccer, although the Chelsea captain wishes to finish his career at Stamford Bridge.

The 34-year-old this season won his fourth Premier League title, playing every minute of the 38 games for Jose Mourinho’s side.

His friend and former Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard now moves to MLS with New York City FC, while Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard is joining Los Angeles Galaxy, and Terry has not altogether ruled out a trans-Atlantic switch to the United States.

"I would love to finish my career at Chelsea and maybe there is a time when I look to go to play in America or whatever might be best for my family at the time," Terry told TalkSPORT.

"Hopefully I have a couple of years left at least. I always thought I could get to age of 35 and still (be) playing and I am getting close to that now."

This season saw the first trophies of Mourinho’s second spell won, with the Blues also winning the Capital One Cup.

The Portuguese won two league titles in his first spell, from June 2004 to September 2007, with the core of the team staying together for the best part of a decade and also winning the 2012 Champions League.

Terry believes the current squad, and the youth players coming through the Chelsea ranks, is capable of surpassing those achievements.

He added: "Looking at this squad now, I think this squad has the potential to do a lot more than we did in the past, well beyond my playing days."