Chelsea’s caretaker boss, Frank Lampard has revealed that he wouldn’t like to take up interim manager position again in his coaching career.
Recall that Blues co-owner, Todd Boehly brought in Lampard on a temporary basis after Graham Potter was sacked in April.
Lampard is yet to win in six games since returning to Chelsea in an interim capacity.
The former midfielder has lost all the six fixtures he has taken charge of so far in the Premier League.
Lampard is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge for the second time in the summer and be replaced by Mauricio Pochettino.
But the 44-year-old has now said he would not be open to short-term jobs anymore.
“I’m happy here but I don’t want to be an interim manager in my next job. I haven’t got regrets.
“When I came back here I certainly took it on with a lot of heart and understanding that it was short term. But I don’t want to be an interim manager again,” Lampard said.
Chelsea will play Bournemouth away from home on Saturday (Today) in Lampard’s seventh game in charge since he returned to the side.
Chelsea presently occupy the 12th position on the English Premier League log.