Chelsea captain John Terry has reportedly said that he will not be ruling himself out of selection for the Euro 2012, which will take place in the summer in Poland and Ukraine.

John Terry has been recently removed from the captaincy for the second time, which has prompted suggestions that he would finally consider retiring from the international scene.

The 31-year-old John Terry has been plagued by a number of injury problems this season, which has prompted suggestions that he would retire from international football in order to concentrate on his club career. Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has confirmed that John Terry will remain captain of Chelsea.

England manager Fabio Capello has been in full support of John Terry by saying that the Football Association should not have removed the Chelsea captain from the captain's post. The English football Association removed John Terry from the post of being the captain of the England national team ahead of the major tournament – Euro 2012.

The English football Association cited the numerous commitments that are captain has for removing John Terry, who has been alleged of racial remarks over fellow England player Anton Ferdinand. John Terry is set to face a trial in July after the end of the Euro 2012. The latest football betting online suggests that Terry is more likely to be playing for England in the turnament than not.

England manager Fabio Capello said that John Terry should not have been removed from the captain post due to the simple fact that his allegations has not been proved. John Terry has pleaded not to be guilty in the latest trial.

Following the trial, it has been announced that the decision would be taken after the end of Euro 2012. John Terry has previously lost the captain's armband back in 2010 when he was found guilty of having an affair with fellow teammate Wayne Bridge's girlfriend.