Chelsea were slapped with a transfer ban last summer.
The club had allegedly broken a few rules of FIFA over the transfer of foreign youth players. Hence they were banned for signing players for two transfer windows.
The Blues served one window ban silently but are reportedly preparing to have the second window ban overturned.
Their appeal is set to be heard in the 20th of November but their boss Frank Lampard has said that the ban overturning is not a priority.
“I will cross that bridge when it comes to it,” Lampard told talkSPORT.
“I am very happy with what I’ve got, but it is something we would always look to as Chelsea.
“Can we improve in areas and only do business if we can improve and it feels it is the right thing for the group. Not just personnel-wise, but in the balance and the way we are going.
“I will look at that one, but at the moment I can’t ask for any more.
“It’s nice that what happens at the appeal is really down the list of my priorities at the minute, the real priority is going game to game and trying to improve all the time.”