Blues are ready to battle - Terry
The Blues are third in the table, two points behind leaders Arsenal, after winning just one of their last six league games. They now face Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday, Manchester United at home and Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. "We won't fold. No chance," said Terry. "I certainly won't, the manager won't and we have big characters like Didier Drogba and Florent Malouda, who have been at the very top for the right reasons. "They are world-class players and big characters. It is time for us all to stand up. "These are tough games coming up but we have big players here. Hopefully they are prepared to rise to the challenge and put their necks on the line. "The players realise that if we don't start winning again soon then we are going to be giving the title away to our rivals. "I am certainly not letting my head go down. I will get everyone going and I will keep doing that right to the end." Terry added: "We've probably not suffered a blip like this in 11 years at the club and it's obviously hard to take after so many years of winning week after week. "Nobody can say they are playing particularly well at the moment so we are not going to be pointing fingers or digging each other out. "But the more worried and stressed you get, the harder it becomes. So now it's all about staying together and believing in each other."