Chelsea captain John Terry has announced that he will be leaving the club at the end of the season. But whilst he's still there, he will try his best to help the team win the Premier League title and FA Cup in whatever way he can.
On Sunday, Terry and Chelsea released a statement outlining the player's decision, bringing an end to the speculation over the player's future.
Fans did expect this day to come, yet it made the blow no softer.
The skipper has since put out a video, taking supporters through his top five moments at the club, and it just might bring tears to your eyes.
In the video, the defender speaks about joining the Blues as a 14-yea-old and ignoring the wishes of his dad, who was against the move. He also recalled his debut game against Aston Villa back in 1998.
Then came his promotion to Chelsea captain under Claudio Ranieri in the 2003/04 season, during which he stood in for French defender Marcel Desailly when he didn't play. He was later given the armband full time by Jose Mourinho.
His second most valued moment is having lifted his first Premier League title in 2004/05, a feat which was to be repeated in the following campaign.
And as you may have already guessed, Terry's top moment came in the form of a Champions League trophy, which he watched his teammates beat Bayern Munich to get as he was suspended for the final in 2012.
Check the video out below: