Chelsea have received an injury boost ahead of their English Premier League tie against Everton on Saturday, with a number of players making full recoveries.
Ross Barkley is fit to face his former side, with Antonio Rudiger ready for action, even though the tie at Goodison Park might come too soon for him.
Tammy Abraham, who is still recovering from an injury he suffered against Valencia in the Champions League will be ready for the tie, with is manager revealing 'he was good'.
"Tammy Abraham is good," said Lampard.
"He hasn’t done much in between games. We will make sure of that in the morning but at the moment we’re good,"
"Toni has had a really good week of training. We have had to get him some sort of match fitness which he has gone through this week. Tomorrow comes too soon but he’s had a great week and he’s on the verge,"
Frank Lampard further warned his boys to trade carefully against the Toffees, who fired manager Marco Silva on Thursday night.
"First of all, any trip to Everton is tough. I went there as a player many a time. The atmosphere in the stadium and the support of the home fans is big,"
"I am sure there will be a bounce effect for them, and for one of their heroes in charge of them in the short term,"
Chelsea have a busy week ahead with a crucial Champions League match against Lille in midweek their next encounter.