John Terry has been an ever-present in Chelsea’s Premier League campaign and has no plans to break that sequence despite the title already being in the bag.
The Blues skipper has been in incredible form this season to help Jose Mourinho’s side claim their first league title in five years and scored again in a 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday.
That header was the 39th goal of Terry’s Premier League career and takes him beyond penalty specialist David Unsworth’s previous record for a defender.
Terry is now on eight for the campaign and plans on getting number nine by playing in the club’s final two matches of 2014-15 with a trip to West Brom and the visit of Sunderland.
"Looking for one more to beat (my best)," Terry told Chelsea TV.
"Two games to go. I'm fit. Hopefully I play in both. I'll be begging the manager to let me play.
"Two games we need to keep winning and keep pushing on."
Terry has won the four Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, one Champions League and one Europa League trophy during his time at Chelsea.