Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has dismissed suggestions that is likely to leave the club at the end of this season. The 34-year-old Chelsea midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season.

He confirmed a few days ago that there was no offer on the table, but also acknowledged that the club are unlikely to speed up things given his age. He was recently linked with a move to MLS, with the LA Galaxy showing a lot of interest in pairing the Chelsea midfielder with David Beckham. The pair were also spotted watching the LA Galaxy match together. Even though Lampard has said that he would one day like to play in the MLS, he wants to extend his Chelsea contract.

Chelsea recently saw the departure of the 34-year-old Didier Drogba after he was not offered an contract extension. The club are desperate to reduce the age of the squad. This is probably the first season in which the club have signed a number of young players, who are ready to step into the first-team, for a total outlay of £ 60 million. Chelsea's last spending spree was back in 2004 and it was enough to get the team running up until now. Lampard has said that he wants to commit to Chelsea and wants a new deal on the table.

“I’ve got a few more years in terms of top football left in me. We had such great success at the back end of last season with that player behind the front man, it gave us a new lease of life. A lot of the players we’ve brought in fit that role, so it means I play a slightly different role, which I did last season and I’ll do it. It’s no problem. It’s an evolution of the team and not a complete revolution," said Lampard.