Chelsea coach Frank Lampard has warned his young players not to get complacent ahead of their match versus Burnley.
The Blues are on a six match winning streak in all competitions and have a tough test versus Burnley away at Turf Moor today.
They recently won an important away match at Ajax this mid week and Lampard has warned his players to keep the tempo up ahead of a tricky game.
Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Burnley, he said: ‘I remember being a player and having good runs of form, slightly relaxing in training in moments and the form turned and I had to reassess myself.
‘So I became, as I got older, more fearful of good patches, fearful of any form of relaxation so I push that and the staff do too. I certainly am the one who drives that home because that was me as a player.’
‘Probably [uncle] Harry Redknapp in my early days at West Ham would been the one who was most vocal at times, throwing a sandwich or stuff. Old school thing,’ Lampard said.
‘But the game has moved on and I know that Harry moved on very much, consistently.’