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Chelsea captain John Terry vows to keep trophies coming


Chelsea defender John Terry says Sunday's victory in the Capital One Cup is not enough for the club.

The Blues have been one of the most consistent teams in England this season and the Englishman believes yesterday's triumph will inject fresh belief into the squad as they aim to add two more trophies this season.

"This is the first one, it is massive," Terry told the club's official website.

"It meant an awful lot to us in 2004/05 in Jose's first year here and it could be the start of something very good. Now we have to kick on with the League to focus on next but it's a great day and a great win.

"I'm delighted with my goal and delighted with the team's performance and lifting the trophy but you have to build on that.

"You have to set the foundations and we have done that, this is the first one and hopefully we can kick on.

"It is the start of something and we have to win trophies to be up there with some great sides, but we have won our first one now and in 2005 it inspired us and kicked us on and hopefully this will do the same.

"The pressure was there before the game but that is what cup finals do to you and I thought we handled the game very well.

"It was fairly even in the first half but we controlled it a little better in the second half and we are deserved winners.

"Spurs like to press, certainly in that first phase, so we tried to miss that out and get the ball into the front man a bit sooner which eliminated it a little bit, and I am delighted for Diego, he is in great goalscoring form and it is great to see him do it on the big stage as well."

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