John Terry marked one of his final Chelsea appearances with a goal as the Blues beat Watford in a 4-3 thriller on Monday night.
The long-serving Chelsea captain was handed a rare start at Stamford Bridge after a season spent largely on the bench and opened the scoring.
Speaking afterwards, Terry admitted he could retire at the end of the season, despite initially planning to join another club.
“I know I said I wanted to play regular football while I can but I’ve still not ruled out Sunday being my last game and retiring from football,” he said. “It depends if the right offer comes along.”
As well as being Chelsea’s most successful skipper of all time, throughout his career Terry has been renown as one of the best goalscoring defenders.
His strike against Watford was his 67th for the club in all competitions, with 41 of those coming in the Premier League.
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