The 35-year-old is keen on the idea of becoming a manager after he retires.
Frank Lampard has hinted that he could move football management when he finally decides to call time on his Chelsea career.
The veteran midfielder is set to play his 100th game for England in Tuesday’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Ukraine on Tuesday to becoming only the eight player to reach a century of caps for the Three Lions.
Although the 35-year-old continues to belie his age on the field, finishing last season with 23 goals for Chelsea, talk has shifted to what route he will go down when the time comes to hang up his boots – with Lampard admitting that he could venture into coaching.
“I want to play for a good few more years,” he told Metro. “I will try and concentrate on that and then I will see what comes open. I certainly wouldn’t rule anything out after that.
“I am a football person so I would like to be involved in the game.”
Lampard insists England beating Ukraine and strengthening their lead at the top of Group H is more important than his milestone.
“The main thing is to get the result,” he said to BBC Sport “I just hope to be involved. It wouldn’t be enjoyable to get to 100 and not do it right.”