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John Terry on PSG, Chelsea's goalkeepers and signing a new contract


Chelsea defender John Terry says the 1-1 draw away at Paris Saint-Germain was a positive result for the Blues on Tuesday night.

The captain started the move which saw the Blues take a 36th-minute lead at the Parc des Princes, eventually cancelled out by Edinson Cavani's header in the second half.

"After being 1-0 up we were disappointed not to go on and win the game," Terry told the club's official website.

"But I don't think either side did enough to come away with the win. We're happy with the result away from home and it's back to the Bridge now."

Asked about the two top-class goalkeepers in Jose Mourinho's squad, the Englishman said: "The manager stresses the importance of the team coming first.

"Pete's [Cech] done that, Thibaut's done that and they're both there for the whole squad.

"We've got the two best goalkeepers in the world in my opinion and they're fighting for one place. Obviously they want to play all the time, the two of them are at the top of their game so rotating them at certain times is a tough job."

Meanwhile, the 34-year-old has revealed that he is ready to extend his Stamford Bridge reign.

"The club know my position, I want to stay," Terry is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"Hopefully my performances are showing that and they can keep me. I'll be happy to get one year and then see how it goes. I'm taking it year by year. I haven't got much choice."

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