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John Terry unfazed by fixture pile-up as Chelsea chase three trophies


Defender John Terry says the Chelsea players are embracing rather than bemoaning their upcoming busy schedule.

The Blues are still involved in three competitions and will add more games to their already busy fixture list if they battle past Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League next month.

But the Englishman says the objective is to add more silverware to the Chelsea trophy cabinet.

"Busy weeks are what we're used to here and, for me, we are at our best when we are playing two, three games a week," he told the Chelsea magazine.

"Knowing the Champions League comes back soon, having a cup final to look forward to and playing loads of games in a short space of time is where we are all used to being.

"As a group of players, it's how we like it and it's what this club has been used to over the last 10 years.

"Winning the league is the best feeling and, as someone who has been here a long time, seeing other teams win the league really hurts all summer.

"You go on your holidays and everyone thinks you get away from it, but you don't.

"If we don't win it, nine times out of 10 we are there or thereabouts and we work so hard throughout the season.

"It is the best title to go and win, domestically, and it would be a statement as well, after making some big signings this season, to then go on and win it and kick on after that."

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