Frank Lampard hoping for a Chelsea contract extension.
The current Chelsea squad has an average of 26 years and Lampard wants to help the squad win titles.
He has only 18 months left on his contract and has confirmed to become a part of the lon-term plan at Stamford Bridge.
“In terms of my contract, time seems to have flown by and I’ve got 18 months left,” Lampard told reporters.
“I felt it when I came to the club, I knew there were a lot of circumstances at the beginning that were going to make last year transitional and maybe slightly difficult.
“I felt like I took the job in a different position to most recent Chelsea managers. I think people sympathise with that as well. Now, I feel like I would love to be part of the long-term plan here.
“The signings we made in the summer, other than probably Thiago [Silva] particularly, were signings for now and the future, players that are going to progress and who will mature, and, of course, I would love to be part of that.
“Of course, that’s the club’s decision and the owner’s decision first and foremost, so I have to get on with the short term which starts with Leeds tomorrow. But I don’t think anybody would expect me to say anything else.
“I’m a lucky man to be managing the club that I love and is my life. So, of course, I want to make a success of it and be here as long as I can.”
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