And Giroud admits he is not happy with the situation, although he refuses to criticise Lampard while adding that he did make the right decision when leaving Arsenal nearly two years ago.
Frank Lampard has been willing to give Chelsea's young players a chance this season, however Olivier Giroud has been left out in the cold as a outcome.
During his stint at Chelsea, Giroud has had to compete with the likes of Alvaro Morata and Gonzalo Higuain for a place as Chelsea's main striker.
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And the 33-year-old is not willing to be used as back up for the England global at Stamford Bridge.
Abraham's current form has in effect seen veteran striker Olivier Giroud further away from Frank Lampard's starting XI.
However, Lampard's faith has certainly been rewarded, with Abraham having bagged himself nine goals in 11 games across all competitions for the Blues this campaign.
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The France striker, who scored both of his country's goals during this global break, has found life hard at Stamford Bridge of late, with Frank Lampard preferring Tammy Abraham in most competitions, and the 31-year-old has made it clear something needs to change or he could leave.
Lampard has guided Chelsea to four wins from eight league games and they occupied the fifth position on the log of the Premier league.
"Accept it? No, I do not accept it". I've all the time been respectful and humble.
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'But in myself, I can not accept it because I know what I'm value on a pitch. Even if I enact now not agree with the coach, I enact now not criticise him. Final 12 months, once I felt that I deserved to play, I requested the coach for explanations'. As quoted by the Evening Standard.