John Terry could retire after leaving Chelsea in summer

Antonio Conte felt Chelsea’s win over Watford was an important victory as they are now one win away from breaking a club record

Antonio Conte felt Chelsea’s win over Watford was an important victory as they are now one win away from breaking a club record

Premier League champions Chelsea may have wrapped up the title with two games to spare, but they are still chasing records.

Terry grimaced, knowing he might have given up his last chance of an unblemished farewell although Chelsea ended up winning the roller-coaster game thanks to a late victor by Cesc Fabregas.

Terry made his 716th Chelsea appearance and likely his penultimate one at Stamford Bridge, scoring his 67th goal.

Then, on 74 minutes, sub Stefano Okaka levelled the scores after some poor defending from the hosts.

Watford finished the game with 10 men after centre-back Sebastian Prodl received a pair of late yellow cards for untidy challenges on Batshuayi and Pedro.

Conte hinted that Terry was unlikely to start Chelsea's final league game of the season on Sunday against already relegated Sunderland as the coach said he wanted to get his FA Cup final team ready and playing ahead of the May 27 showdown against Arsenal.

"We won 29 games in this league".

Conte said: "I'm very angry with him, because he must think to share". We are not happy with the goals conceded, but we are pleased to get the win.

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A 4-0 win over West Brom in their third game saw Chelsea to the summit and again, they were not to be budged.

The Blues may have enjoyed a largely straightforward jaunt to Premier League glory, but the Chelsea hierarchy are intent on bolstering their ranks during the summer transfer window as they look to build a squad capable of challenging domestically and in Europe.

Captain John Terry, celebrated his first start since September by netting the Blues' first goal, their 100th of the season in all competitions.

Terry said the nature of the game against Watford probably surprised some observers.

That is the next target for Terry, who expects an emotional conclusion to his Chelsea career.

"For this reason, in my head I have a plan to try to arrive to play the final in the best condition, in the best situation for my players".

Watford again responded nearly immediately, Daryl Janmaat cutting into the box to reduce the deficit to one in the 51st minute.

"I'm going out with the club crowned champions and in great hands with the manager, plus the players we have here as well".