The former Blues gaffer, Antonio Conte, who delivered League and cup success during his time at Stamford Bridge expects Lampard to succeed at Chelsea.
The Blues turned into a familiar face for help through the summer of 2019 after viewing Maurizio Sarri’s return to his homeland with Juventus.
One Italian triumphed at Stamford Bridge annually before that change, together with Conte ushered through the leaves since Sarri was drafted in.
The present Inter gaffer was impressed by being unceremoniously dumped, together with a long-running legal dispute entered into.
Lampard has been charged with the job of maintaining the Blues in contention for major honours, having a challenging situation was inherited once an icon out of his playing days returned to the Bridge.
Chelsea was stung with a transport ban, forcing them to put substantial faith in home-grown stars, but that strategy has functioned well and provided encouragement for the long run.
Conte considers Lampard will flourish in a demanding place, telling Sky Sports of a guy following in his footsteps: “I believe he’s doing an excellent job, Frank.
“That is his next encounter after Derby County to be the coach of a leading team isn’t straightforward.
“I believe he has the abilities and capability to turn into among the greatest directors in the world. He’s got to continue to function in this manner and I wish him the very best for the long run.”
Conte’s pursuit of silverware in Chelsea has been aided by his own choice to change formation throughout his introduction effort to 3-4-3, together with this strategic tweak providing an instantaneous reversal in luck since the Blues embarked on a streak of 13 consecutive wins that carried them a long way towards name glory.
Explaining that telephone, Conte explained: “I think that it was a vital moment for me personally and for my group.
“We dropped against Arsenal but at the preceding match, we lost against Liverpool. Usually, whenever you’re in a club and you’ve got two beats in a row it’s not a simple time for you and the club.
“However, it turned out to be a vital moment because I made a decision to alter the system and play a 3-4-3 or even 3-4-2-1 using Eden Hazard, Willian, or even Pedro supporting Diego Costa, and three in the back. I believe that it was a significant moment and we place the speed in for our name in at the instant.
“The trainer has to be a tailor and look for the ideal suit for your own team.
“After two weeks working with all the players, I chose to alter the formation and also to set them in the ideal position to exploit their caliber. I believe I did so and for this reason, we won the League and reached the final at the FA Cup.”