Frank Lampard was not happy with just a 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
Chelsea went past the Championship comfortably onto the next round of the FA Cup.
Goals from Ross Barkley and Callum Hudson-Odoi sealed the deal for the London outfit but Lampard was not fully satisfied. “These games are not easy. When they make changes it does not mean it’s an easier game,” Lampard told BBC Sport.
“We got our two goals and it was very comfortable but did we push on from that and create and score more goals? No, we didn’t and I would’ve liked to have scored some more.”
Lampard did single out one of his goal-getters, Callum Hudson-Odoi for praise. The youngster broke his scoring drought at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as Lampard said, “I was particularly pleased for Callum [Hudson-Odoi].
“He has had a bad injury, is getting himself fit and getting sharper. His goal was an early settler for us. There were performances around the pitch that were good and we need that.”
Hudson-Odoi scored one and set up the other. He has come under a lot of criticisms for his lack of impact but the player is still only 18 years old. He is slowly coming into his own, developing under Frank Lampard as Willian continues to lead the senior side.