Chelsea captain John Terry says he has been happy to play as a substitute this season despite being left out of the club's starting line-up consistently since the start of the season.
Chelsea and Arsenal are set to make the short trip across London to Wembley on May 27 to decide who lifts the FA Cup. When he was stripped of the England captaincy in 2010 ahead of the World Cup over accusations he had an affair with the former girlfriend of then-teammate Wayne Bridge.
"There were a lot of frustrations, but this is a big club, with a lot of good players".
"I wish for him and his family the best".
"Genuinely I haven't made any decisions of yet and I'm evaluating all my options at the moment".
The 55-year-old Italian was upbeat despite the 4-3 defeat at Premier League champions on Monday night.
The party atmosphere went quiet within seconds of the restart, however, when Terry failed to clear a cross in front of the Chelseagoal, heading the ball up rather than out of the danger area and giving Etienne Capoue the simplest of tasks to equalise. Absolutely [not]. Otherwise he stays here.
"The FA Cup final you start to play 10 days before". Chelsea will always be his home.
The Premier League trophy will be presented following Chelsea's final match of the season at home to Sunderland on Sunday.
"It's going to be tough".
"I need to understand it a bit too".
It capped a brilliant first season for Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge following his arrival at the club as Jose Mourinho's permanent successor last summer.
"If in doubt kick it out is a simple rule", Terry said. "[I was] delighted to get on the scoresheet and more importantly to get the win tonight".
It proved to be the appetiser for a insane 90 minutes of football as the home side threw away a 3-1 lead after Daryl Janmaat and Stefan Okaka cancelled out other efforts from Cesar Azpilicueta and Michy Batshuayi. "They pushed us to the end but we showed great character, great desire".
"At this stage of the season I like to see this type of game", Conte said.
He added: "It's something unbelievable".
"It's a pity for me but I have to respect his decision", he said. I can only keep on working hard.
"(Arjen) Robben and (Didier) Drogba in particular and ably supported by Damien Duff, who I thought was a fantastic player as well.
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United Nations in his 2010 address that it was possible the dream of a Palestinian state could be realized in the next year. There has been some consternation in Israel in the run-up to Mr Trump's trip over remarks made by administration officials.