JOHN TERRY retired from football in the summer – but he has lost none of his skills judging by this video.
The former England skipper is now assistant manager to Dean Smith at Aston Villa.
5 John Terry had his back facing the man and the ball-bag
5 But the ex-Chelsea man flicked the ball with one foot off the hell of his other, and off it went
Terry, of course, spent his final season as a pro at Villa Park, and was welcomed back with open arms by the fans there.
And they might want his skills on the pitch too if Villa are to make their move into the play-off spots.
Terry was putting the players through their pre-match paces before the Middlesbrough game when he couldn't resist stealing some limelight.
The former Chelsea man spectacularly back-heel chipped one of the balls into the bag.
5 The fellow coach holding the bag may have moved SLIGHTLY to help out John Terry
5 And in it went – John Terry turned around to make sure he had indeed pulled it off
Admittedly, one of the coaches moved the back slightly for him to get it in, but it still looked impressive nonetheless.
That skills was replicated by the players at the Riverside, as they triumphed 3-0 against the Championship high-flyers.
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Getty Images – Getty5 John Terry is now helping turn around Aston Villa's fortunes as assistant manager
Tammy Abraham scored his seventh goal in four matches to help Aston Villa win 3-0 against Tony Pulis' side.
James Chester put Villa in front in the 40th minute from a corner, before Abraham struck from close range.
Substitute Glenn Whelan hit the third through goalkeeper Darren Randolph's hands to make it 15 goals in four matches for Villa.