The 35-year-old midfielder has only played a total of 90 minutes in pre-season due to an Achilles injury, but says he will be ready for the first Premier League game of the season
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard insists he will be fit for his side's Premier League opener against Hull on Sunday.
The 35-year-old has missed most of the pre-season campaign because of an Achilles injury, but has played a part in Chelsea's past two friendlies.
Despite only playing a total of 90 minutes in the off-season, Lampard said he was fit and ready to go for his team's season opener at Stamford Bridge.
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"There is no pain with the injury any more. I am feeling good," Lampard told reporters. "I like to think I am a pretty fit bloke and will be ready for Hull.
"I have trained the first week of pre-season and now the last week too, and I have trained hard. I've looked after myself in between, so if the manager wants me, I am there and I am ready."
Lampard may also play a part for England in their international friendly against Scotland to be played at Wembley on Wednesday.
While he hinted he may not be able to complete a full match, Lampard said he wanted to play some part.
"I am looking forward to joining up with England and I would love to take part at some point," he continued.
"And what a great game it is. I know people have moaned about when the game is, and that is understandable, but when you're playing against Scotland, what a fantastic game for us to play."