Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has described club captain John Terry as "irreplaceable", with the long-serving defender set to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
The 36-year-old defender has contributed 40 Premier League goals in nearly 20 years at the club - and on the evidence of this Instagram video, he's still got plenty to offer in the penalty area.
Terry, one of just three players to make over 700 appearances for the club, will depart nearly 20 years after making his first-team debut.
Conte refused to say whether Terry would start the semi-final, though, despite the injury doubts over Gary Cahill.
Chelsea veteran defender John Terry has been asked to pick his ultimate five-a-side team on an interview for GQ Magazine, but even as unbeatable it seems to be, one might notice how the Blues legend has chose to leave out all current Chelsea players, only choosing one former Blue, and not even himself.
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Perhaps a lower league club could sign him as a reserve forward... stranger things have happened. "He is helping me on and off the pitch", Conte said. I was a footballer and when you arrive at this point of your career, and your body tells you to continue it is right to. I am seeing what John is doing this season in the changing room.
"I have to make the best decision for the team tomorrow, but we will try a different solution". "We are building a foundation and he is important to this".
"If you ask me for tomorrow, my answer is it is very hard".
"This is a semi-final and in this season I know we tried to have in every position two options, and usually the player that usually plays and another player".