Frank Lampard was not entirely happy with his Chelsea side despite swatting aside Burnley with ease.
Jorginho, Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi all scored for the Blues as they ran riot over Sean Dyche’s men.
It was a happy return to form at home for the west London outfit – who had not won at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League since December 4.
However, Lampard believes his side should have been out of sight a lot sooner and has opened up on what disappointed him during the Saturday afternoon encounter.
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He said: “That’s what we need, we need players to be clinical in the forward areas.
“To be fair we know that [Abraham] has been big for us this season, but that is the next stage for Tammy.
“He was getting in there, the football in the build-up to a couple of those chances was fantastic stuff, so that’s a big disappointment. You want to see those back again with a finish on the end.”
There have been disappointing defeats to Bournemouth, West Ham and Southampton at home recently.
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And Lampard reiterated a strong message to his young team that they must be more consistent.
“That’s the only thing, that’s been the story of our home form, people are asking why we’re not winning games and it’s because of our chance conversion in recent games,” he added.
“Some of the football throughout the game today was what we are working towards and we just have to sustain that.
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“That’s just pure work, we’ve worked hard this week on the training ground and that was a reflection of how the lads have worked all week.”
Chelsea are back in action next week when they travel to St James’ Park to face Newcastle.
The Blues are five points clear in fourth, with Manchester United fifth.