Chelsea captain John Terry announced this week that he will quit Chelsea at the end of the season when his contract expires.
Ex-Chelsea winger Pat Nevin believes John Terry is cut out for a future in management and he thinks Terry could one day become Chelsea manager.
“I suspect John will want to enjoy the last year or maybe two of his career, and to really enjoy that time, he has to be playing regularly,” Nevin wrote on Chelsea’s official website.
“In my years watching, playing and commenting on football I have never met another individual who is so clearly cut out to be a manager.
“This is without doubt what he is going to do in the end. No one is a certainty to be successful in that particular job, but he is as close as you can get in my eyes to a stick-on.
“Even so, I think he is right to carry on playing a little longer. However good management is, it doesn’t touch being a player.
“So John, enjoy it, you have put in the time with Chelsea and you deserve the swansong wherever your heart desires.
“Something tells me that one day we will see him back at the club to continue this incredible story. The most influential player the football club has ever had, do not be shocked if you are needed again.”