Lampard says he has had Premier League offers.
Former Chelsea star says the Blues will win the league.
Frank Lampard has revealed he isn't ready to quit playing football and he has also had offers from a few Premier League sides.
"There is a part of me that wants to stay in the game, sometimes I don't know why, it just feels this is what I do," said Lampard. "I don't want to leave and think to myself, 'Maybe I should have stayed a bit longer', I'm dwelling on it, I have turned down a few Premier League offers."
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On if Antonio Conte's Blues will win the Premier League title, the former England midfielder said: "I can't see anyone catching them.
"They are the most organised team. [Diego] Costa and [Eden] Hazard are the difference. You have got to give the manager [Antonio Conte] a load of credit, too.
"They were in a bad place last year. I went back and got treatment for a week last season when I was injured.
"The dressing room felt terrible. Guus Hiddink was there, they were 12th in the league. People were injured, they weren't playing well and you could smell it wasn't right.
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"They needed to change the whole mentality. Conte has done that without changing too much in terms of players.
"He made a few additions and [N'Golo] Kante has been fantastic, but Conte was exactly what they needed."
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