The former captain has not ruled out playing international football again.
Source: BBC Sport
Chelsea captain John Terry retired from international football in September last year but now the former England skipper is considering a return to the national team, if asked.
Terry ended his career with the Three Lions after being found guilty by the FA of racially abusing QPR’s Anton Ferdinand – despite the Chelsea man being found not guilty in a court of law.
However, after more than six months in self-imposed exile the 32-year-old is prepared to come back to Roy Hodgson’s squad if there is an injury crisis in defence.
Terry has 78 caps for England and has twice been stripped of the captaincy – once for an alleged affair with former teammate Wayne Bridge’s ex-girlfriend and then after the FA’s ruling.
The decision by FA chairman Dale Berkstein also led to Fabio Capello’s resignation as national coach, but with Berkstein stepping down from his role next month the Blues man may be ready to make a dramatic u-turn.
Terry was fined £220,000 following his charge and banned for four matches, a decision that prompted the the Chelsea captain to refuse to shake Bernstein’s hand at the Champions League trophy ceremony last week.
However, despite the centre-back suggesting he would return for England, currently he is finding it difficult to find any consistency at his club side – with Rafael Benitez employing a rotation policy in defence at Stamford Bridge.
This has led to speculation that Terry, along with long-term teammate and close friend Frank Lampard, could be exiting the West London outfit this summer in order to be given regular first team football.