The Europa League champions were sanctioned in February for breaching rules on the worldwide transfer and registration of players under 18.
Chelsea have since appealed against their punishment to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and Lampard has indicated that a verdict on whether their ban will be reduced or removed will be given in the next few days.
"I think they have more quality so we have to be wary of them".
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"Chelsea's home defeat by West Ham on Saturday was a very unusual result when you consider how both teams had been playing, but I think it was just a blip", he told.
Chelsea may find out within days whether the transfer ban for two windows imposed on it by world soccer governing body Federation Internationale de Football Association has been lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), manager Frank Lampard said on Tuesday.
It was the first time that Terry was back at Stamford Bridge in an official capacity since he left the club as a player in 2017.
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Chilwell, 21, has established himself as one of the top defenders around after playing in all 38 of Leicester's league matches last season.
If Villa still had Abraham on the end of Jack Grealish and John McGinn's service, Premier League survival would be secured with relative ease.
According to The Athletic, Chilwell is Chelsea's "number one target", although they are also considering alternatives, with Lampard having been unconvinced by current options Emerson Palmieri and Marcos Alonso.
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Lampard's side ended a run of two successive Premier League defeats thanks to the latest heroics from emerging England duo Abraham and Mason Mount at Stamford Bridge. "He won the ball back in good areas", Lampard said.