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Chelsea legend John Terry jokes that "he will always be the captain" as he enjoys a boat trip with his wife Toni before deciding the future

  • Defender John Terry is a free agent after leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season
  • He published a picture of him and his wife in captain hats on a boat on Instagram
  • Terry was the Chelsea captain for a record of 578 matches and won 14 major titles

Kate Mcgreavy for Mailonline

Chelsea legend John Terry has joked that he will "always be the captain" while enjoying a boat trip with his wife Toni.

The defender, who is a free agent after leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season, was captain of the Blues in a record of 578 games.

On Saturday he posted a picture of him and his wife in captain hats on a boat on Instagram.

John Terry has joked that he will "always be the captain" while enjoying a boat trip with his wife Toni

Terry also uploaded a video of him making a ship back and back at sea on Saturday

Terry also uploaded a video of him making a ship back and back at sea on Saturday

The defender is a free agent after leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season

The defender is a free agent after leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season

Terry also uploaded a video of him making a ship back and back at sea on Saturday

The caption read: "Football may have started without me today, but I will always be the CAPTAIN." Great triumphs for @chelseafc @avfcofficial. & # 39;

Terry also uploaded a video of him making a turn back from the boat and into the sea.

He denied claims that he had retired from professional football at the end of last month.

He denied claims that he had retired from professional football at the end of last month.

He denied claims that he had retired from professional football at the end of last month.

Terry was the "captain, leader, legend" of Chelsea and won 14 important titles as skipper

Terry was the "captain, leader, legend" of Chelsea and won 14 important titles as skipper

Terry denied claims that he had retired from professional football at the end of last month

Terry posted a picture of himself with his wife Toni on vacation as they relaxed by a pool and claimed he was taking his time to think about his future.

He subtitled the photo saying: Only to confirm that I have not retired. I am currently enjoying my vacation with my family and weighing ALL my options. "

Terry was the "captain, leader, legend" of Chelsea and won 14 important titles as skipper.

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