Chelsea chief Peter Kenyon admits they're not giving up on landing Real Madrid winger Robinho.

The Brazil forward would bolster the options of boss Luiz Felipe Scolari, who can now be certain of Frank Lampard being in his midfield after 18 months of contract stalemate ended in the England international signing a five-year deal.

On the possibility of signing Robinho, Kenyon said: "It is continuing. Hopefully not for as long as the speculation about Frank.

"We've still got a few days left of the window and hopefully we'll get a result."