The defender's fitness and ability have been questioned by the Blues boss - who has often preferred Gary Cahill, David Luiz and Branislav Ivanovic - but the former England international believes that he can still play three games a week if needed.
Terry told The Times of India: "I accept the rotation system completely.
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"I'm available but, at the same time, if the manager chooses not to pick me and decides to go with the others, there is not a problem because I'm Chelsea through and through."
Terry has called for the club's focus to shift back to the Premier League following their beating of Basel on Thursday, which secured a spot in the Europa League final.
He added: "We have to refocus our attention on the league campaign. We've got two massive games; Manchester United first on Sunday and then Tottenham at home next Wednesday.
"It's a tough schedule but we are building momentum going into the final weeks of the season now and that's important. We have to make sure of a place in the top four at the very least."