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Sheva wants to stay but also wants to play

Andriy Shevchenko has reiterated his commitment to Chelsea after admitting he feels unhappy at not playing regularly under new coach Avram Grant. Shevchenko has failed to shine under Grant despite the introduction of a sprint coach and different training techniques. The striker had to settle for a place on the bench until the second half of the 4-0 defeat of Rosenborg in the Champions League on Wednesday night. Chelsea's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich was convinced that Grant was the man to get the best out of his misfiring striker but so far there has been little improvement. Shevchenko told Sportske novosti: 'We have good results (in the) last weeks, so it's difficult to complain. I'm not happy, but what can I do, I keep working and being quiet.' But the Ukraine captain and his club's record buy moved to quash speculation over his future ahead of the transfer window in January by saying: 'I am part of a Chelsea team that wants to win many things. 'Every player wants to play every game but I have total respect for the management and great players here and I love the club and our fans.' Meanwhile, captain John Terry has admitted he's running scared of the public after England's failure to qualify for Euro 2008. The England captain missed the 3-2 defeat to Croatia at Wembley through injury and the defeat cost Steve McClaren his job as coach along with assistant Terry Venables. But Terry has since returned to action with Chelsea - helping them to a victory over Derby in the Barclays Premier League and leading them to the last 16 of the Champions League thanks to a 4-0 thumping of Rosenborg in Trondheim on Wednesday night. England's players were booed by fans during league games last weekend and Terry admits that he is still reeling from the repercussions of their failure to reach the finals of the competition next summer. Terry said: 'It is going to take a very long time for the public to get over it. For us as well, you don't want to come out of your house or people to see you. 'As time goes on things heal and it gets easier, but at the same time when you walk down the street or are out you wonder whether people are looking at you, but life goes on. 'It was very disappointing as captain this happening but we have to make it work in the World Cup now. 'The draw has been made and we have a chance. The players need to reform and have a good chat about what direction we are going to move in and go forward. 'It would be nice to play Croatia and get what happened out of our system. They are a good side and it will be tough home and away. They showed how hungry they were at Wembley and that surprised a few of us because they had already qualified. 'We will have to face that wherever we go in the world and that is firmly in our minds. Hopefully that will help us do ourselves justice in the qualifiers. 'We have got a chance to prove ourselves in that group and we need that, the country needs it. We can do that and bring the country up again and get the fans back on our side. We have let them down and will move on.'