Frank Lampard has held no talks with Chelsea over a new contract, with the England international set to leave the London club either next month or in the summer unless a new deal is agreed.
The 34-year-old was highly influential in the Blues' 2-1 win at Everton, netting both goals to move one behind the club's second-top goalscorer of all time, Kerry Dixon. It has been reported for some time that no new deal will be forthcoming for Lampard, with the player having been linked to the Los Angeles Galaxy and also west London rivals QPR.
Asked by BBC Sport whether he would be around at Chelsea long enough to equal or beat Dixon, Lampard said: "I'm only one behind so hopefully I'll beat that, but you never should count your chickens. At the minute there is nothing been said and my contract's till the summer."
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