FRANK LAMPARD'S Chelsea have now gone three games without a win.
And it is Aston Villa up next for the Blues at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.
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ROBBIE SAVAGE has tipped Chelsea to land Aston Villa star Jack Grealish if they splash the cash.
The BBC Sport pundit said: “What are Aston Villa going to achieve? Staying in the Premier League.
“If they achieve that it is going to be a great season for them, they are not winning a cup.
“If Manchester City, Spurs or Chelsea come with a massive offer for Jack Grealish, let's say £80m, I think he'll go.
“He's far better than Aston Villa.”
OLIVIER GIROUD did not get enough of the ball against West Ham, says Frank Lampard.
The ex-Arsenal star made a rare start for Chelsea in the absence of top scorer Tammy Abraham – but failed to impress.
After the match, Lamps said: “It was a difficult for him obviously.
“He probably didn't get enough of the ball and then the couple of chance he had didn't go in for him.
“It was a tough match for him but he wasn't the only one who came into the team and the performance was slightly off it. It was not the easiest game.”
JEREMIE BOGA has refused to rule out a return to Chelsea.
The 22-year-old joined Serie A side Sassuolo for a reported fee of £3.5million in July 2018.
Following his impressive spell of form in Italy, he has been linked with a move back to Stamford Bridge.
Speaking about the speculation, he said: “I have no regrets [leaving Chelsea]. Everything in its time.
“It certainly was not the time for me to play for Chelsea. I always keep it in a corner of my head.
“If I continue to do what I do, work hard, maybe I'll go back one day.”
CHELSEA boss Frank Lampard knows what it is like to impress a footballing dad, having done so countless times with his own parent, Frank Sr, who is also a West Ham legend.
So even Lampard Jr was happy for David Martin after the keeper's man-of-the-match debut for the Hammers at the age of 33 helped sink Chelsea 1-0.
And Lamps knew how Martin’s father Alvin, with 471 league appearances, was feeling when he gave his son an emotional hug after David “did a Pat Cash” and jumped into the crowd.
Lampard said: “I’m sure Alvin is very proud. To come in like he did with all the talk, his son played a very good game and it was great.
“I was very happy for him. He has worked hard and got an opportunity to play for West Ham. To do as well as he did — we have to give credit.”