“I felt like I took the job in a different position to most recent Chelsea managers. I think people sympathise with that as well and I think it was a success.
“Now I feel like I would love to be part of the long-term plan here.
“The signings we made in the summer, other than probably Thiago Silva particularly, were signings for now and the future. Players that are going to progress and who will mature, and, of course, I would love to be part of that.”
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has confirmed that he wants to extend his contract with the club after a strong start to life as boss.
It hasn’t always been the easiest of roads for Lampard to navigate during his tenure at Stamford Bridge, but one thing is for sure – he is starting to put the pieces in place for this team to succeed for many years to come.
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