Chelsea captain John Terry wants to see out the remainder of his contract after passing 500 games for the club.
The England international made his 500th appearance for the club in Saturday's controversial 2-1 win over Tottenham.
Terry made his debut in 1998 and has spent his entire career at the club apart from a short loan spell with Nottingham Forest.
The 30-year-old never imagined he would make so many appearances for the Blues and he insists he is not done by a long shot.
Terry still has three years left on his Stamford Bridge deal and he wants to play as much as possible until it expires.
"Looking back, when I was 18, on 30-odd games, I could never have predicted where I am today," revealed Terry.
"I'm delighted to hit 500. I'm very proud. I've got a great rapport with the fans and I want many, many more games.
"I've got three years left on my contract and that's what I intend to do."
Terry has enjoyed many highs and he has revealed one of his best moments was helping Chelsea reach the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League in the 2004/05 campaign thanks to his winner against Barcelona.
However, his greatest low also came in the same competition when he failed from the penalty spot in the Blues' final defeat to Manchester United in the 2008 final in Moscow.
"My top moment would have to be the Barcelona game when we beat them here and I scored the winner," he continued. "The low point is obviously the Champions League final, missing the penalty.
"But throughout my career I've been the most successful captain in Chelsea's history and that means a lot to me and it's something I'll always take with me."
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