Veteran midfield ace enjoying his football.
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has insisted that he is not concerning himself with his short term future and is only focussing on one game at a time, Sky Sports reports.
The 35-year-old sees his current deal expire at the end of the season and as of yet there have been no talks about another new contract.
The England man withstood much speculation over his future last season before putting pen-to-paper on a one year contract last May, and he has admitted that he could not see himself in the short of another Premier League side as he hopes to keep himself firmly established in the plans of manager Jose Mourinho.
And asked if he had been giving his future much thought this time around he said; “No, I don’t any more. It is season by season for me.
“I feel fit and strong. I am enjoying playing pretty regularly at the minute and if I can show that I am good enough to carry on playing then I will try to do that.
“Having been at Chelsea for 13 years now, I can’t quite see myself playing in the Premier League anywhere else. Anywhere in England really.
“If I can keep contributing here… I don’t want to be a passenger, sitting on the bench and not doing much, even in my older years. So, as I said, I will take it year by year.”