Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has distinguished Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori as the three Blues players that are eager to take on Valencia in Tuesday’s Champions League gathering stage conflict at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard said this throughout the end of the week following his side’s Premier League 5-2 triumph over Wolves at Molineux.
Mount, Abraham and Tomori all scored in Chelsea’s triumph over Wolves yet Lampard accepts the trio are anxious to highlight for the West London club against Valencia.
“It’s unquestionably a nice sentiment to see the group play the manner in which they did,” Lampard was cited by Sky Sports as saying.
“We need all the more perfect sheets, that is something we persistently need to chip away at.
“Be that as it may, no doubt – the Champions League.
“It is the top club rivalry in world football and I’m certain Mason and Tammy and Tomori are altogether energized for it.
“Every one of the players ought to be, all players love the Champions League – and I’m anticipating my presentation as a supervisor.”
The commencement time for the match is 8pm.