Mourinho is still to be beaten at Stamford Bridge after 68 home league games as Chelsea manager and Terry hopes the Blues will show their class in the coming days to extend the record.
Terry said: "We've been great, ever since the manager was first here a long time ago. We've held on to that and it (Mourinho's record) means an awful lot to us.
"A couple of (home) games we've conceded early goals, which has probably given us a kick up the backside earlier than we would've wanted to.
"(But) we seem to be more flamboyant at home, which is what you expect and what people want to see.
"We're very confident at home and we score a lot of goals at home."