Terry looking forward to Ancelotti guiding Chelsea to more glory

01 June 2009 05:58
John Terry is relishing the opportunity to work with Carlo Ancelotti and admits finishing third in the Barclays Premier League 'isn't good enough for Chelsea anymore'. Captain Terry paid tribute to Guus Hiddink's efforts in the second half of the season and is looking forward to the new challenges under Ancelotti, who has been confirmed as the club's new manager.In an open letter to Chelsea fans, Terry wrote: 'He (Hiddink) came at a difficult time when things looked like they were slipping away from us, so to lead us to an FA Cup final and within a whisker of the Champions League final is a great achievement.

Source: Daily_Mail