The former Interim manager has been linked lately to a Chelsea return and Frank Lampard feels this won’t affect his position as the manager
Frank Lampard spoke recently of the links pointing to a Chelsea return for Avram Grant as a back room staff.
The 42-year-old has struggled to put things in place despite seeming to have returned to winning ways following victories against Morecambe and Fulham.
Ahead of the game against Leicester with Chelsea focused on a top 4 return, Lampard spoke of Avram Grant.
“I don’t know anything about it so I prefer not to go any further with it,” he said. “But in terms of football clubs now, they are huge businesses, a lot of people are employed.
“I remember being here with Jose Mourinho when he won back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006. Avram Grant joined the club in that following summer so it happens.
“So I don’t want to hang on exactly what it means because in a modern football club there are different roles for different people up and down the club.
“Sometimes a great line of communication to your board or an experienced person can be a great thing.
“But the most important thing for me always regarding personnel is that the team works together. The team, the club, the staff, that’s the biggest thing.”
Lampard will be hopeful to realize a win from the Leicester game as any further losses will detrimental his place in the club.