Frank Lampard will help the Chelsea owners not to repeat the same mistake again next season.
New Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has spent over £550 million on 16 new signings in the last two transfer windows alone.
But despite their record-breaking spending, the Blues are enduring one of the worst campaigns in the club’s history.
Frank Lampard was hired as the interim manager earlier in April after the sacking of Graham Potter.
The Chelsea legend has lost all his last six matches and would have only five games to bounce back from this position.
The Blues will witness a season without European competition and this is the second time in 26 years.
Chelsea fans have been hurling abuses at the new owners but Lampard believes Boehly has good intentions amid his troubled reign at Stamford Bridge.
“It’s a good thing to speak so positively,” Lampard said.
“It’s what I’ve found since I’ve been here, good intentions on where the club is going to be taken.
“It’s up to the owners of the club to take those bigger decisions. It’s not for me to talk about a vision for the club. I’m here until the end of the season.”