John Terry is set to be offered a new contract with Chelsea, Sky Sports understands.
The Blues captain, who scored the equaliser in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, is currently fifth on the clubs all time appearances list.
He is well on course to rise up that list, having played every minute in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho this season, and the Chelsea boss is sure that the 32 year old can secure a new deal with the club.
Bar a brief spell on loan with Nottingham Forest in 2000, the former England skipper has spent his entire career at Stamford Bridge.
In his fifteen years with the first team, he has won twelve major trophies, including three Premier League title, five FA Cups and the 2012 Champions League.
He was an unused substitute in last week’s defeat to Basel, but could be recalled for tomorrow’s trip to Steaua Bucharest with the Blues desperate for all three points.