The 35-year-old is now in the twilight years of a glittering career, in which he has helped the Blues claim three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and the Champions League in 2012, as well as becoming the club’s all-time record goalscorer with a tally of 207 strikes.
Lampard’s future was the subject of much doubt last term, before he eventually played his way to a new one-year contract – which he penned in May.
But, the saga may once again arise at the end of the season, with the London club believed to be looking to reduce salaries being paid to ageing stars.
The former West Ham man says that he doesn’t want to outstay his welcome at Stamford Bridge and that he cannot see himself playing for another English side.
“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,” Lampard told the Fulham Chronicle.
“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.”
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