Tammy Abraham may be a highly-rated England international, but will he have the goal threat to keep Chelsea in the top four this season?
With the transfer ban hanging over their heads, Chelsea were unable to recruit a striker this summer after the departures of Gonzalo Higuain and Alvaro Morata.
This leaves the club with three options to pick from; the experienced Olivier Giroud, the inconsistent Michy Batshuayi and the unproven Tammy Abraham.
Will either of them be enough to fire Chelsea into the Champions League spots? Well, any fans looking for a Sports Betting Bonus when backing the Blues should be wary about where the goals will come from this season.
Lampard appears keen to give Abraham the chance to make the number nine shirt his own. The decision to hand him that number over the summer was a telling one.
If the start of the season is anything to go by, Chelsea will need to provide more support for Abraham in the final third.
The early signs from Christain Pulisic are positive, but the American is hardly going to be prolific in the Premier League. With Eden Hazard no longer at the club, it’s time for others to step up to the plate in front of goal, but Chelsea must be patient with the likes of Abraham if they want to succeed under Lampard.