John Terry has the 'hunger' to keep playing and hints at Aston Villa return

Aston Villa's John Terry celebrates after the 2-0 victory over Birmingham City in the Second City derby
Image: John Terry says he loved his time at Aston Villa

John Terry has hinted a return to Aston Villa is on the cards after declaring he has "unfinished business" at Villa Park.

Terry was a popular figure at the club last season, captaining the side and forming a fruitful partnership with James Chester at the heart of Villa's defence.

The 37-year-old former Chelsea defender left the club following Villa's agonising play-off final defeat to Fulham, which Terry admits still hurts.

"I loved my time at Aston Villa. I am still devastated that we didn't go up," he told the Mail.

 during the Sky Bet Championship Play Off Final between Aston Villa and  Fulham at Wembley Stadium on May 26, 2018 in London, England.
Image: Terry is still gutted by Villa's defeat in last season's play-off final

"The manager, players and supporters were incredible with me but I hate losing and I feel there is unfinished business there.

"Steve Bruce is a great man and with the backing of the new owners, Steve will hopefully get the club back into the Premier League.

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"Don't get me wrong, if I don't play again I am content with what has been an unbelievable career, but I'm still hungry to go and play if everything around it is right. If it's right for me and my family."

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