Chelsea head into Sunday’s Premier League game against Wolves at Stamford Bridge knowing a point is enough to guarantee Champions League football next season.
Ahead of the game against Wolves, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard insists the Blues will go for victory against Wolves and won’t play for a draw.
Asked if Chelsea will play for a draw, Lampard responded: “No, we will approach the game to win it. There is no other way to approach a game of football.
“We will do that, prepare right, respect our opponent. They are very good, we have seen that all season, we are aware of the situation but we will try to win.
“The goal was to get in the top four and improve this squad and try and develop and be as good as we can be. Now we have the opportunity of top four and it’s a huge game. I’ll approach it as I see right in terms of what I say to the players and how we set up on the day.
“I know how strongly I feel about this weekend and how up for it I am. I will try and convey that to the players, and the rest is down to them on the pitch.
“I have a real sense the players understand the position we’re in. I have seen that in our last two performances, and I expect more of the same on Sunday.”