By Rob Draper for MailOnline
Published: 23:38 GMT, 23 January 2021 | Updated: 23:40 GMT, 23 January 2021
Frank Lampard has insisted that the coronavirus pandemic has enabled him to maintain a proper perspective on the difficulties of life at Chelsea, where he remains under pressure as his side takes on Luton in the FA Cup fourth round.
With three wins in ten, Lampard's future as manager is in doubt but the club legend and top goal-scorer insists that current affairs in the wider world have allowed him to focus on the privilege has he has of being Chelsea manager rather than worry about external pressure.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'I'm the manager of Chelsea and a Chelsea fan and who wouldn't get excited about that prospect?,' said Lampard. 'So I'm doing that in these tough times and can come to work and put on this tracksuit and feel proud to wear it.
Under-fire Frank Lampard insists the Covid-19 pandemic has allowed him to focus on the privilege of being Chelsea boss
With just three wins in 10 games, Lampard's future at Chelsea remains in some doubt
'While a lot of people are suffering up and down the country, around the world, people have been dying, daily the numbers go up, and when I see that and feel that we all hopefully have compassion to look round clearly and see that people are losing their jobs, people are struggling with their livelihoods then that's massive perspective to the so-called pressures or struggles. And I genuinely mean that.
'The most I interact with the media to get a sense of where it's at [the pressure] is when I speak to the media so that's kind of the most I get that sense. I'm not stupid — sometimes I don't read it on purpose — but at the same time the