The 35-year-old's current contract expires at the end of this season and as yet there have been no talks over a new deal.
Lampard, who saw his future at Chelsea become the subject of conjecture last year before he signed a new one-year deal in May, admits he could not imagine playing for another English club and that he is determined to keep himself in Jose Mourinho's first-team plans.
Asked if he was looking beyond this season, Lampard told the Fulham Chronicle: "No, I don't any more. It is season by season for me.
"I feel fit and strong. I am enjoying playing pretty regularly at the minute and if I can show that I am good enough to carry on playing then I will try to do that.
"Having been at Chelsea for 13 years now, I can't quite see myself playing in the Premier League anywhere else. Anywhere in England really.
"If I can keep contributing here... I don't want to be a passenger, sitting on the bench and not doing much, even in my older years. So, as I said, I will take it year by year."