John Terry has taken his Chelsea stay into a 22nd year after signing a new one-year Chelsea contract.
The 35-year-old has put pen to paper on a new 12-month deal after the club performed a dramatic U-turn having initially told the skipper he would not be offered fresh terms.
Terry, adored by Chelsea’s fans and known as their captain, leader, legend, rose up through the ranks at Stamford Bridge after joining the club at the age of 14
He has since made 703 appearances for the Blues, the third-highest in the club’s history, with a club-record 570 of those as captain.
Having made his debut at the tender age of 18, Terry has won every major honour with Chelsea and is now looking forward to working with new manager Antonio Conte.
His trophy cabinet includes the Champions League, Europa League, four Premier Leagues, five FA Cups and three League Cups.
Here’s a look back at his Chelsea career so far with our interactive timeline of events from his early days to this dramatic contract signing.