Lampard is no hurry to think about what to do with Kepa.
The Chelsea goalkeeper’s stats have been less than admirable this season and considering that he’s the world’s most expensive goalkeeper, it’s not a good thing.
“The idea that we haven’t kept enough clean sheets is definitely not just a reflection of the goalkeeper, that’s something that we have to work on as a team, look at how we train and maybe how we recruit going forward,” the Chelsea head coach told a news conference.
“I felt like Willy coming in with confidence, off the back of a strong performance against Man United last week was what we needed for the game.
“I don’t want to jump forward beyond the Arsenal game next week. It would be wrong. The squad is really strong at the moment as a unit, how they are on and off the pitch.
“I want that to stay for one more week domestically, then Bayern Munich. Looking to next season after that.”