Juventus midfielder Mohamed Sissoko has warned Chelsea and Frank Lampard that he is out to get them when the two teams clash in the Champions League next week.
The Mali international had been out with injury, but has made a full recovery and is set to feature against Palermo on Saturday as well as at Chelsea next Wednesday.
Juventus have been flying high in Europe and they have serious ambitions regarding the Champions League trophy, having won it last in 1996.
Sissoko cannot wait to rumble with the Blues and he is not scared of Frank Lampard.
"I am feeling fine now. I have been training well and the pain is gone," the midfielder told Il Giorno.
"I am ready for Chelsea, it will be a super game and we want to win it.
"Lampard? I must not lose sight of him, especially when he inserts himself in the danger areas.
"However, he is not the only threat as Chelsea have [Didier] Drogba and [Nicolas] Anelka who are great champions."
Guus Hiddink replaced Luiz Felipe Scolari on the bench at Stamford Bridge and Sissoko insists the change will affect his side.
"I think it will be more difficult for us now [that they changed manager]," added the midfielder.
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