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Chelsea ended up fourth position in the Premier League last season, with the Blues managing to amass only 66 points all season.
Chelsea should have gotten more points last season, but there were so many games where Frank Lampard’s side dropped careless points. Nevertheless, he still managed to steer the team to a Champions League place.
Chelsea were in good form before the international break, and Lampard has revealed that he has used the break to take stock of his team, while also looking at the mistakes of last season.
The Blues boss admitted that too many dropped points could be blamed for the low points that his team got last term.
“I have taken stock,” Lampard said. “There were some points we lost earlier in the season that we were frustrated with but looking back I think maybe that was par for the course in terms of where we were as a team, with new players coming in and some injuries.
“The international break came at a time when we were playing well so I’m pretty happy with our current form but the important thing is we don’t get carried away.
“I’ve used the time for reflection and to review where we’re at. There are lots of improvements we can make so that’s our next focus.”