In his recent interview, Frank Lampard talks about how he was in a comfort zone at Chelsea and how his transition from Chelsea to Manchester City has been a great experience.
“I was at Chelsea such a long time that you just go on auto-pilot in the end,” he said. “You drive in every day, you know everybody behind the scenes.
“It was a tester for me to be honest. I didn’t have to make this decision, but it was a very good opportunity for me to play at this level and train at this level, and it’s a personal test to come up to Manchester.
“I was in very much of a comfort zone at Chelsea. It’s good to test yourself in life.
“All I can say is I am enjoying it. I’ve always been proud of my fitness and trying to keep as fresh as I can. At the end of the day, I’m very fortunate.
“Not many players get the opportunity at 36 to come and play amongst this amount of quality. When you look around the dressing room, there’s so much of it, and it’s an honour to come in and be able to play amongst that.
“I was in pure holiday mode when I got the call to come back here. I’ve had a really good preseason now. Considering I wasn’t involved in the first few games, that’s been extra training time for me.
“I feel good and I’m just actually really enjoying training and playing. The lads are great, the people behind the scenes have welcomed me, the staff, the manager, Brian Kidd. It’s been an easy transition.”
We understand Super Frank. Good Luck and Keep the Blue Flag Flying High.
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