Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has announced that John Terry will be in action in Saturday's FA Cup fifth round away tie against Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Terry has had just a handful of appearances for Chelsea this season following a series of injuries and the form of the other defenders.
"John Terry is fit and available for tomorrow's game," Conte said in Friday's press conference.
"All the squad are available but this is an opportunity to give Marcos Alonso and David Luiz a rest.
"David Luiz's knee is a lot better than when it was originally injured against Man City.
"When you are Chelsea's coach, you must try to win every competition you can, but playing Wolves won't be easy.
"Tomorrow is an important game as I know how important the FA Cup is to our fans and to the country."
The former Italy and Juventus coach expressed his sympathy towards underfire Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
"I have great respect for Arsene Wenger as a manager and a man. When you're at a big club you're under pressure always."