The former Blues captain joined Aston Villa on a free transfer earlier this summer after 492 Premier League appearances for Chelsea.
Chelsea legend John Terry returned to the their Cobham training ground to catch up with some familiar faces before heading to Colchester for a Carabao Cup tie.
Spanish winger Pedro uploaded a picture of him and Terry on his Instagram account, saying: ‘Nice to see you again crack!!! @johnterry.26 !! Legend!!’
Terry, who made his full debut for the Villans last Saturday in their 1-1 draw against Hull, may be rested for the game at Colchester ahead of Villa’s trip to Cardiff on Saturday.
Although the visit was a social one, Terry, now 36 years old, has hinted in the past that he dreams of returning to Stamford Bridge one day as manager.
‘Do you dream too big? I don’t think you ever can,’ Terry said in July. ‘I’ve always wanted to be the very best and if that’s in management, then Chelsea’s the one and obviously in an ideal world that would be incredible.’
But he admitted he would have to start at the bottom before landing a job as big as Chelsea.
‘But I do realise as well that you can’t go in at somewhere like Chelsea as your first job. You need to go and learn, whether that’s in the academy like Stevie (Gerrard, at Liverpool) is doing.’