Chelsea and England captain John Terry released a statement to concerned Chelsea supporters today, insisting that his success at Wimbledon this year will in no way change him as a person or as a professional, and that his mind is '100% focused' on Chelsea's up coming Premier League campaign.
Terry, who believes that his 'unwavering support' and 'intense episodes of clapping and cheering', 109 miles away in his living room, was the obvious driving force behind Andy Murray's straight sets victory over Serbian Novak Djokovic.
'As soon as Murray took control of the match, I knew there was something else behind it - another mysterious force guiding him to victory. After noticing how loud I was cheering and how excited I was getting, I put two and two together, opened the lounge windows and shouted even louder', said the delighted Chelsea defender.
Tom Horton, a life-long Chelsea fan of two seasons, said: "I was chuffed for JT, he deserves the plaudits, but I did worry that this could go to his head and distract him from his antics on the footbal pitch'.
Terry also confirmed that he hasn't yet received a thank you from his co-champion, Andy Murray,
But expects to soon be working out formalities, like who has the trophy on weekends and who gets which endorsement.
In a follow-up statement released today, Chelsea FC said: 'Firstly we would like to congratulate John on yet another sporting achievement away from football. His dedication has seen him become PGA US Open champion, A Judo Olympic gold medallist, a member of the winning Welsh Six Nations squad, and becoming the world indoor junior athletics champion. All that aside, we aim to ensure his commitments lie here with Chelsea.'