Chelsea legend John Terry has his eyes fixed on becoming a Premier League manager according to the report from English publication 90min. It was revealed that the ex-Aston Villa assistant manager is only interested in a managerial job in the Premier League.

John Terry was recently linked with the Nottingham Forest job but the abovementioned report disclosed that the former England national team defender didn't have an interest in it. Nottingham Forest have since appointed Simon Cooper as their manager in the place of ex-Newcastle United and Brighton manager Chris Hughton who was sacked last week after leading the former European champions to the bottom of the English Championship.

Cooper was the first choice candidate for the Nottingham Forest job ahead of John Terry and others who were linked to it and he was confirmed earlier this week. The former England junior team manager has been given a contract until the summer of 2024 and he will take charge of his first game this week.
Ex-Swansea City boss Cooper will be in the Nottingham Forest dugout for the first time when they take on London club Millwall at home on Saturday afternoon. Cooper would be hoping to build on the club's first win of the season which came against Huddersfield Town last weekend. In the first game without Hughton, Nottingham Forest secured an impressive 2-0 away win over the Terriers during the Championship game played on Saturday.
Former Liverpool coach Cooper will also be buoyed by the fact that Nottingham Forest have moved off the bottom of the Championship table ahead of his first game. Derby County are the new recipient of the bottom spot in the Championship after the Wayne Rooney-led side was handed a 12-point deficit for going into administration. They are on -2 points as things stand on the league table.