The Blues are on course to claim another Premier League title with Antonio Conte's side settled in their 3-4-3 system.
Chelsea have stuck with Gary Cahill, David Luiz and Cesar Azpilicueta, which subsequently coincided with their 13-game winning run.
Terry picked up an ankle injury earlier in the season and has not managed to earn back his place in the starting XI.
Despite potentially being his last campaign as a Chelsea player, with his contract expiring this summer, the 36-year-old wants whatever is best for the team.
John Terry's last Premier League appearance for Chelsea came in early November
Liverpool legend and former England team-mate Steven Gerrard asked Terry how long does he think he can keep going like this.
And Terry told BT Sport: "I'm honestly hoping that I don't play this season, that they keep winning, and I genuinely mean that.
"When you've got a manager like Conte who's been honest with me from day one 'Listen, you're not getting back in, the boys are playing great, team's flying'.
"You know you haven't got a leg to stand on.
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"You do things the right way because of the love of the club and how good everyone's been to you over the years."
Conte is set to see Branislav Ivanovic leave for Zenit St Petersburg before tomorrow's deadline, but Kurt Zouma also remains ahead of Terry in the defensive pecking order.
Nathan Ake's recall from his loan spell at Bournemouth will add to Terry's difficulties in finding game time.
But a fifth league title with Chelsea will be an ideal way for the Blues icon to bow out if his Stamford Bridge career comes to an end.