SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (DECEMBER 6, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) CHELSEA MANAGER, FRANK LAMPARD, SAYING: "The fact that people have given us a lot of credit I think is because probably they expected less of us.
So I think we have to give credit to the group that are working now to get to where we got to.
I still want more.
I think we could have more points and be higher up the table that's my feeling.
As we go forward of course if I feel or if we feel as a club that there are positions we can strengthen, then we will obviously look at that, as all big clubs do.
That's why people expected less of us this season because lots of clubs around us, below us were spending 100 million or 150 million and we didn't have that chance, and we lost Eden Hazard and we lost two number nines.
So that was obviously in everyone's mindsets.
Now the picture's slightly changed and it's important we get it right moving forward." STORY: Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said on Friday (December 6) he was pleased that his club's transfer ban was halved by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) but also urged his side for more as he feels they could have more points and be higher up the Premier League table.
The West London club, last season's Europa League champions, had been handed a two window ban by world soccer body FIFA for breaching rules on the international transfer and registration of players under 18.