“We all see the quality they have got, the hunger they have still got and the manager has,” said Terry. “When I see that it really drives me on. They have set the benchmark for everybody over the last 20 years which we are all trying to catch and achieve. When I saw them lift this trophy last year it still hurts today. I want to get my hands back on this and lift it. he competition is improving year in, year out, the players are getting stronger and the managers want it a lot more. I am worried about a lot of teams. Everyone out there has strengthened.”
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