​Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has confirmed that the club will not go "crazy" when the transfer ban is lifted in January as the young players who have been given chances are improving all the time.


The Blues were given the all clear by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to sign players in January after they decided to cut their ban by half with regards to breaching rules on the international transfer and registration of players under 18.


Chelsea were forced to give opportunities to field a number of youngsters and with them helping the club qualify for the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League, Lampard revealed that more time will be afforded to them to stake a permanent claim for a place in the starting XI.



"I am calm about this window, I am very calm about it. We are improving. Even the little bumps of the past two weeks are just part of the process. I believe in what we've got now. I don't think we're going to be crazy just because the ban has been lifted," he said in a post match press conference.


Players like Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Reece James and Fikayo Tomori have impressed after being drafted to the squad and have given no reasons as to why Lampard should not place more faith in them.


"As we move forward and we want to improve the squad it will be done with a view to what do we have and how to get better. And I think, if anything, those sorts of challenges for the young players will be the ones that they stand up to," he concluded.