JOHN TERRY has jetted off on holiday with his wife Toni after Aston Villa avoided relegation.
Villa secured their Premier League safety on the final day of the season after a 1-1 draw with West Ham.
And assistant coach Terry decided to celebrate his side’s heroics in style.
The Chelsea veteran and his wife Toni were pictured enjoying a glass of bubbly on their private plane.
And he gave his 5.1million Instagram followers a glimpse inside his luxurious villa.
The loved-up couple then headed out for a few drinks at a nearby bar in Algarve.
Terry is taking the time to recharge his batteries after a chaotic end to the season.
The former England captain’s house was raided in 2017 when he was away skiing in the French Alps.
The gang struck after seeing snaps posted by the ex-England skipper on his Instagram account.
The axe-weilding burglars stole £400,000 worth of designer bags, jewellery and a signed Harry Potter book from his £5million mansion in Surrey.
Four men admitted conspiracy to commit burglary and were jailed for a total of 27 years and 11 months at Kingston Crown Court.
Villa’s draw against the Hammers was enough to ensure Watford and Bournemouth were given the boot alongside Norwich.
Terry has worked as Dean Smith’s No2 at the club since October 2018.
But the legendary England defender has made no secret of his managerial ambitions.
Earlier this month he was tipped to take over Bristol City after Lee Johnson was axed.