Swansea manager Paul Clement has confirmed that he is planning talks with John Terry with a view to signing the long-serving Chelsea captain.
"John Terry has been a colossus at this football club but he wants to play for another couple of years", Chivers told Goal .
And a move to the Hawthorns is said to appeal to Terry, who is contemplating his next move.
"John has been here a long, long time".
The Blues captain made his 716th appearance for Chelsea in the 4-3 win over Watford at Stamford Bridge on Monday and he broke down in tears after celebrating his fifth Premier League title with the club in front of the fans.
Clement will speak to Swansea's American owners next week about summer recruitment.
"Whether he'll go on here in the Premier League or overseas, that's all unsure at the moment".
"I'm going to get this season done, and he's obviously got a lot on himself", Clement said.
"Whether that is here in the Premier League, or whether that is overseas, that is all unsure at the moment". The two-time Premier League victor joined as an assistant coach in January on a deal until the end of the season and that arrangement now looks set to be made permanent.
"He is very well-liked by all the staff and the players".
'Harry Kane had a chance early on but after that we were very comfortable, so we were happy with how it went. Swansea have since taken 26 points from 18 games, with their final match at home to West Brom on Sunday.
Clement expressed hope that key duo Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente would remain at the Liberty Stadium amid high-profile interest from elsewhere and also did not rule out the possibility of disappointing record signing Borja Baston staying put.