Chelsea captain Terry calls for club unity

John Terry believes Chelsea, and in particular their supporters, must adopt a siege mentality if they are to be successful this season.

John Terry believes Chelsea, and in particular their supporters, must adopt a siege mentality if they are to be successful this season.

"I'll tell you what we need and want more than anything in 2009," said the England captain.

"Firstly we must all stick together. We take on the world as one - us players, management and staff and especially the supporters.

"Secondly, we want some winners' medals. We didn't get any in 2008 and we need to put that right.

"So far this season we are not doing badly. Going out of the Carling Cup on penalties (to Burnley) was a sickener and we've drifted three points off Liverpool in the Premier League and we have got the FA Cup.

"We can win the FA Cup. We can win the Premier League and the Champions League too.

"We need to be more consistent, we need to play better and sometimes we need to be together more, including the fans, but we can certainly do all that."

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