Chelsea captain and defender John Terry has said that he is happy to be back into the first-team of Chelsea with focus on winning the titles and nothing else. The England defender was alleged to have been guilty of racially abusing the QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.

This led to the Chelsea defender losing the captaincy of the England national team at the Euro 2012. Despite this, John Terry has always pledged that he will be available for selection for the England national team. After being found not guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, John Terry has been cleared by the judicial courts.

This allowed John Terry to return to the Chelsea first-team training that is currently taking place in the United States. Speaking on the occasion of his successful emergence from the case as innocent, John Terry said that he is not prepared to talk about the incident and is looking forward to focusing on winning more titles with his club Chelsea. John Terry managed to lift the one trophy that has been eluding him for many years now – the Champions League – the last season. He has said that winning the Club World Cup and Super Cup are the main ambitions for him right now.

"I'm delighted to get back to football, concentrate on what I love doing. I'm very pleased to be here with the side and concentrating on getting fit first and foremost – and cracking away early on in the season. We have got some big games coming up and I'm looking forward to being part of that. Even after winning the Champions League it is so important that we keep competing. And thankfully we have got an owner who is very much prepared to do that," said John Terry after joining up with the rest of the team at the Chelsea pre-season tour.