Frank Lampard admits that his main ambition in football is to become manager of Chelsea “one day”.
Lampard left the Blues in 2014, joining Manchester City on a free transfer before moving to New York City in Major League Soccer.
He scored 211 goals in over 600 appearances from midfield at Chelsea, and admits that he dreams of managing the club in the future.
“If I was good enough, if they wanted me and it was the right time,” he told Sky Sports’ Soccer AM.
“As a Chelsea man or not, the job is one of the pinnacles of football, they are one of the top clubs in the world now. And I’m a Chelsea man. I wouldn’t have to move house!
“It might be a different route for me and might take a while but the dream would be to manage Chelsea one day.
“I’m more back onto it but the problem is getting my badges now. And having time to do it when I’m still playing.
“As soon as I finish I would like to take it up and maybe be a manager. It’s hard as I only want the Chelsea job!”