Chelsea legend John Terry has revealed his dream job in an exclusive interview with The Times. The ex-Blues skipper told the media outlet that his ultimate ambition is to manage Chelsea and that he's ready to be a manager.

John Terry mentioned former Chelsea teammate and fellow Blues legend Frank Lampard as he pointed out how he did well in his first year at Chelsea. The former England national team centre back also talked about ex-Three Lions of England teammate Steven Gerrard and the good job he has done as the Rangers job. John Terry talked about how he was not ready when Gerrard and Lampard became top flight football managers and that the time is right for him to take charge of a team.

John Terry is currently the assistant manager at Aston Villa in the Premier League. He has been part of the coaching crew at Aston Villa under manager Dean Smith since he ended his playing career at the club. The Englishman spent one season with Villa as a player shortly after leaving Chelsea on a free transfer at the end of the 2016/17 campaign. He won the Premier League title with Chelsea in his final season at the club.

On the teams he won't manage, John Terry said the Tottenham Hotspur job is a no-go area for him before adding that West Ham United fans won't want him at their club as well. The Villa assistant manager is a Chelsea legend and he shared many battles with the London duo of West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur.

During his interview, the Blues legend also talked about the offers he has rejected during his time as the Villa assistant manager till date. He has been linked with a lot of teams in the past months including the Bournemouth. The former Chelsea defender was linked with the Cherries managerial job when Jason Tindall was sacked from the job earlier this season.