John Terry is keen to extend his Chelsea career beyond next season, according to the Daily Star.
The England international played every minute of the Blues victorious Premier League campaign and scored eight goals in all competitions, a joint personal best for the centre-back while his five in the league saw him become the highest scoring defender in the history of the division.
Aside from a brief loan spell with Nottingham Forest in 2000, Terry has spent his whole career at Stamford Bridge, racking up six hundred and sixty-eight appearances for the club, scoring sixty-two goals.
Internationally, he won seventy-two caps for his country, with just under half of those coming as captain though he retired from England duty in 2012.
Chelsea recently clinched their first league title in five years after amassing eight-seven points, and they can be backed at a price of 11/8 to retain the championship next season.