The former England centre-back finalised his move to Villa Park on Monday after leaving Chelsea on a free transfer, signing a one-year deal after spending the previous 22 seasons in west London.
Villa boss Steve Bruce recently revealed that he and Terry "talked about coaching and how we can help him do his badges" with the aim of one day taking charge at Stamford Bridge.More news: Backed forces in Syria breach wall of Old City of Raqqa
"I think that is the goal for all of us. I've always wanted to be the very best and if that's in management then Chelsea's the one", Terry said.
For now there is every reason for Wolves fans to be positive and feel confident that the club are giving him the right tools for the job, providing they can get the Neves deal over the line. "So I think you need to go out and do your work and make your mistakes that no one sees, so that when you do go in, you're kind of ready".More news: David Beckham 'always affectionate' towards his kids
When rumours of Terry moving to Villa Park were floating around, Guy Higgins made a bold declaration that if Bruce's side were to pull off the signing he would get the defender's name tattooed on his bum.
Villa had unveiled Terry by posting a video of a WhatsApp conversation in which chairman Dr Tony Xia posted a message saying: "Captain".
"I can't wait to get started now and look to help the squad achieve something special this season".More news: Sainsbury's reports strong first quarter growth
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