Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas insists his side's meeting with former club Chelsea at White Hart Lane on Saturday (Sunday AEDT) is not about revenge.
The Portuguese lasted less than a season in charge at Stamford Bridge before taking over at its London rival this northern summer.
He will be looking for his new side to hand the Blues its first Premier League defeat of the season and will not be distracted by thoughts of trying to get one over on his former employer.
Villas-Boas said: "In the end this is one thing that has been blown out of proportion. This game is not a personal matter for me.
"Both teams will have decisive matches after this. We play in a situation with four wins in a row, but our opponents are the same.
"This team prevented Tottenham from playing in the Champions League and FA Cup final. It has the ingredients to be a spectacular match."
League leader Chelsea will be without captain
The club is understood to have handed Terry a further fine, but he will remain as club captain and will not have any further suspension. It is keeping the details of its punishment private.
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