Frank Lampard has been appointed as Chelsea caretaker manager until the end of the season following the departure of Graham Potter last weekend.
Lampard returns to Stamford Bridge two years after he was sacked by the club under the previous ownership.
Lampard: “I will do my best, then we will see what happens. So it won’t be my decision. I understand I will be asked a lot, I’ve got my eyes open.
I’m excited as there’s lot of talent here. It was easy to accept this job for me; this is my club,” he said.
The 44-year-old was sacked by Everton earlier this year after a winless run saw the Toffees drop to 19th in the table. He did however guide the club to Premier League safety last season after taking over from Rafael Benítez in January 2022.
Chelsea are currently languishing in mid-table but they face Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League this month across two legs, a competition that could salvage their below par season.
Mark Marston | Get Football