Frank Lampard is definitely happy with the Aston Villa win after the disappointment over the West Ham defeat. The Blues beat Villa with a score of 2-1.
Tammy Abraham’s return as a striker proved to be quite integral for this match – he got the opening strike, following by Mason Mount with the winning goal.
“I am happy but I want more,” said Lampard to reporters. “We have had a pretty good start because most people probably expected us otherwise.
“But I want more all the time and I think that the last week has been a good example of that for us.
“I saw us go to Manchester City and trade with them like a big team who was in and around that level, then at West Ham we were not. Today we recovered.
“That shows me where we are to have a real potential to getting where we want to be, but also aware of the little tough bumps in the road.”
“Today (Abraham) came back straight in where he left off,” Lampard said. (Kante’) ability to win the ball, the high intensity to lead into areas and win it back, it’s why he has this tag of being one of the outstanding players in world. It’s a pleasure to have him in my squad.”