After being withdrawn in the 2-1 win over Aston Villa, Frank Lampard has allayed any fears of a serious injury to Tammy Abraham.
The England international opened the scoring for Chelsea before Mohamed Trezeguet Hassan equalized for Villa while Mason Mount scored the match-winner.
Abraham, however, did not complete the 90 minutes after he was forced off with seven minutes remaining following an injury to his right knee.
Speaking after the match, Lampard provided an injury update on Abraham, "It doesn’t seem too bad in there, so I’m presuming no, he’s alright."
Lampard also refused to set a target for Abraham after netting his 11th league goal of the season, "No, I don’t think I need to. He’s a hungry boy. It’s stupid jumping too much into the future.
"All you would say is every game as they come, game after game, can you score, can you be hungry, what can you do for the team. At the minute he’s doing it and scoring goals."