Last updated : 13 May 2007 By Editor

John Terry:

"It's tortuous.

"You go through certain games. The Newcastle game frustrates me because we went there and we didn't capitalise on the opportunity ahead. United having to wait that day for our result and us not getting it sort of relieved them and off they went back into their great form.

"If we'd done that, things would maybe have been different. If we'd played Man United earlier . . . And all these things. When you put all these things in, Man United were supposed to win it.

"You can pick four or five of their players who've been different class this year. Rooney, Ronaldo. For me, Ronaldo's been fantastic. After the way he's come back from the World Cup as well and dealt with it and reacted and shown what he's shown on the pitch, he's been exceptional. Rio, Vidic. Look at Scholes and Giggs and Neville as well, the determination of them. Giggs has won his ninth Premiership title, and to have that fight and ambition and desire at his age and at his stage in his career I think is unbelievable. Credit to Sir Alex Ferguson for keeping all of his players. We need to have that.

"I'd love to be lifting that Premiership trophy on Sunday - it's not going to be right, there's going to be something missing.

"It's important to reassert Chelsea's dominance next week. I think it will be vital. The last game of the season, we go off on our holidays having won the FA Cup and enjoy it. Man United will maybe have the feeling we had after losing the Premiership."