The Blues' ban on transfers has seen Lampard hand opportunities to several of the club's best young talents during the opening months of his reign at the club, though the Chelsea boss does not believes January signings will harm the development of his emerging stars.
Frank Lampard is convinced Chelsea's youngsters will rise to the challenge of keeping their places if new players are brought in.
"I think it will be a bit fluid and discussions will be ongoing from now about where we can strengthen".
According to a report carried by Daily Mail, Chelsea are willing to break all kinds of Premier League transfer records to bag Manchester United target, Jadon Sancho. But going forward, can we get even better? We've shown that in the league and now the Champions League.
"I think we will always look at that".
Lampard said: "With the youth, we understand those bumps in the road will come, whether individually or collectively".
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"Overall it's a great young team and everybody wants to play for the side, and that comes down to what Frank and Jody [Morris] have done - everybody wants to play for them".
"If the players at their age are showing early signs of being able to consistently perform at a high level in the Premier League, then there's no reason why one of them couldn't become a Chelsea captain".
"I will look at all areas of the team but I think it was quite clear in the summer that you lose Eden Hazard, who was a huge part of scoring or creating our goals last season and the season before that", he said.
"We have got a good balance but I think today was a strong sign of how much work we have to do".
"If it is there to be done and it feels like it is right for the club that is a conversation for me and upstairs, but I am very calm with January".
"I believe in what we've got now and I don't think we're going to be insane just because the ban has been lifted".