Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is keeping his feet on the ground.
The Blues beat Wolves 2-0 on Sunday to claim a fourth place Premier League finish at the expense of Leicester City – but he is adamant that they should be achieving more.
The former Derby boss has achieved his target of qualifying for the Champions League having joined the club during their transfer ban, and he thinks their should be aiming higher next season.
In addition to that, Chelsea will not turn their focus to the FA Cup final as they prepare to take on London rivals Arsenal at Wembley.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard knows the club should be aiming much higher
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In an interview with Sky Sports, Lampard said: “They’re a really good side to play against, but the discipline of my team today was fantastic. Sometimes we haven’t had that at home this season.
“Mason [Mount]’s strike was pure quality, Giroud was class as always. It means a great deal to me, at Chelsea we can’t get too excited with Top Four finishes.
“When we first came in we maybe weren’t considered there but what we’ve done this season is take the opportunity to bring in the younger players and improve the existing players.
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“There were a lot of unknowns when I came in, could we move forward without Eden Hazard. We knew we had lost a massive player.
“We’ve a real spirit within the group now and it’s a real team effort now.
“Myself and the staff want to improve every time, the challenge now is to see what more we can do next season.”
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