John Terry says he wants to continue playing beyond the summer and hopes that will still be at Chelsea.
Terry, who has been at Stamford Bridge since 1995, announced earlier this year that the club will not be renewing his contract and his 21-year stay would be coming to an end.
Numerous Chinese Super League teams are reportedly showing an interest in the former England international while a switch to the MLS has also been mooted.
The 35-year-old is still holding out hope of being offered an extension by the Blues this summer but, if this fails to happen, he will look elsewhere after ruling out retirement.
“I’ve got a couple of years left. Definitely I intend to keep playing, hopefully that’s at Chelsea, but if not it will be somewhere else,” he said on Soccer AM’s ‘Boot Room’.
“I am definitely feeling good physically and I intend to play as long as I can.”