John Terry has refused to debate talk rejoining Aston Villa when speculation linking him as a part of a replacement management team to exchange Steve Bruce.
The former Chelsea star retired from taking part in this month and has been linked as a No.2 to Thierry Henry and Rui Faria.
Terry could return to the game as assistant to begin a management career after close friend Frank Lampard’s successful start at Derby.
The former European country captain was unsuccessful in serving to Villa succeed promotion from the Championship back to the Premier League last term.
And since his contract invalid and also the club discharged him, Terry has been keeping himself match while assessing his choices.
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After finally deciding against extending his taking part in days, Terry has been tipped to start out work.
An avid linksman, having attended the Ryder Cup in Paris at lupus erythematosus Golf National, JT compete the pro-am event at Brits Masters at The previous Course, Walton Heath Golf Club.
Terry played alongside Danny Willett, Kenny Dalglish and Robbie Fowler, however refused to comment on Villa, instead preferring to concentrate on his golf.
He said: “I am just here for the golf.”