Chelsea captain John Terry has reiterated that he has no plans to come out of international retirement and play for England again.
Terry is enjoying a rich vein of form at the heart of Chelsea’s defence alongside current England starter Gary Cahill.
It has been suggested that the 33-year-old could be in line for a recall ahead of the World Cup finals this summer, with England seemingly lacking depth in central defence.
Following Chelsea’s latest victory over Tottenham, Sky Sports’ Glenn Hoddle and Jamie Redknapp suggested that Terry, on his current form, deserved to be part of Roy Hodgson’s current squad in Brazil this summer.
However, Terry – who quit England in September 2012 over the Anton Ferdinand affair – insists his international career is over and that his team-mate Cahill is the main man for his country.