Chelsea has offered new deals to Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori and are confident they will commit to new contracts at Stamford Bridge.
Both players have been given their big break at Stamford Bridge this season under a different coaching regime.
Discussions regarding new deals are being held with the two men who have earned England call-ups this season, and Lampard would like to see a positive conclusion reached in those talks.
He told reporters when asked for an update on deals for exciting prospects: “Of course, I do [want them to stay].
“That goes slightly out of my remit when they are dealing with the club. The club know I love the players, I brought them into the team this season.
“They are doing particularly well but I leave those conversations to the club to discuss contracts but, of course, I want them to be here for a long time.
“That’s the conversation for me and the club I suppose. I made it clear that they are playing very well and I want them to stay.”
Having been forced to keep things in-house upon taking the reins at Chelsea due to the transfer ban, Lampard has been urged against spending big when the Blues are freed to invest again.
Tammy has spared headed Chelsea’s attack despite coming under severe critics about his inexperience and inability to lead the lines for the blues, Tammy has shut down critics in grand style scoring 8 premier league goals this season and also joint top scorer in England top division, also Tamori since making his debut this season has been an ever present player in the Chelsea defence, scoring on his premier league debut in a 5-1 win away to Wolves in September.