CARLO Ancelotti backed under-fire skipper John Terry after his late goal earned Chelsea victory at Burnley on Saturday.
There have been calls for the Blues star to stand down as England captain following revelations about his private life over the weekend.
Speculation also suggested Terry may be stripped of the armband at Stamford Bridge too, but Ancelotti dismissed the rumours after watching his side win 2-1 at Turf Moor.
He said: "He is captain and he will be captain. The players never lose their trust in him.
"[It is] not only the players, the manager and all the club supports him and his family. He is a professional and focused on his work.
"John played a fantastic game, not only [against Burnley] but also against Birmingham and he is in a very good moment now.
"I don't want to talk about his personal life, he is doing his job very well every day in every training session, and for this I am not worried."