England star created history at Villa by netting 202nd and 203rd goals of his Blues career.
Veteran Chelsea midfield player Frank Lampard says that a decision on his future with the west London club will be made at the end of the season, reports BBC Sport Online.
Lampard, 34, scored a second-half brace on Saturday afternoon to help the high-flying Blues come from a goal behind to beat struggling Aston Villa 2-1 at Villa Park for a crucial Premier League victory.
And speaking after the win that all but guarantees Rafa Benitez’s side a place in the top four of the Premier League table come the end of the season, and with it a spot in next campaign’s Uefa Champions League, the England international revealed that a final decision on his future at the club would be made after Chelsea’s last top-flight fixture of the season, against Everton at Stamford Bridge on Sunday May 19.
“I’m hoping that I’ll be here and at the end of the season we’ll get a decision on that,” said Lampard.
Lampard’s two goals in the Midlands saw him overtake Bobby Tambling’s previous record of 202 goals for the club as the player netted his 15th league strike of the season.