I haven't heard from Roy, admits Terry as Chelsea skipper faces Euro 2012 omission

Chelsea skipper John Terry has revealed he has yet to hear from new England manager Roy Hodgson about his possible involvement at Euro 2012.

Hodgson confirmed upon his appointment he would speak to both Terry and Rio Ferdinand before picking his 23-man squad for next month's tournament in order to determine whether they could play together. 

Hodgson is understood to have been in touch with Joe Hart, Wayne Rooney and his former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard in the last 48 hours, pointing to the possibility Gerrard may skipper England in the tournament.

Suit you, sir: Terry presents Lucas Piazon with the Young Player of the Year award on Thursday night

Suit you, sir: Terry presents Lucas Piazon with the Young Player of the Year award on Thursday night

Doubt: Hodgson may leave Terry at home

Doubt: Hodgson may leave Terry at home this summer

 

Terry faces trial in July after being charged with racially abusing Ferdinand's younger brother Anton, an accusation he denies.

'I've not had any call yet but I'm focusing on the league and Chelsea at the moment,' Terry said at Chelsea's Player of the Year awards.

'Hopefully, I get the call and I'm in the squad - and that goes for many of us here. 'I'll always be there for my country.'

All smiles: Terry in Chelsea training on Thursday ahead of their final league game

All smiles: Terry in Chelsea training on Thursday ahead of their final league game

Aside from the legal case hanging over Terry's head, questions have been asked of his form after he endured a torrid time in Tuesday's 4-1 defeat at Anfield, with Liverpool striker Andy Carroll dominating him for 90 minutes.

Terry, who was made to look foolish by a couple of nutmegs by both the England international and Luis Suarez, did not help himself with an untimely slip to allow Jordan Henderson to race through unchallenged and score the second, while he also lost Carroll at a corner for the third goal

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