Frank Lampard says Chelseaâ€™s goal is now to reach the Europa League final.
The Blues beat Rubin Kazan 5-4 on aggregate in the quarter-final despite a 3-2 second leg loss in Moscow tonight but that has not stopped the veteran midfielder from dreaming of a May decider in Amsterdam.
"People talk (the Europa League) down at different times but when we get out there we're very professional and the closer we get to the final the more special it gets," said Lampard.
"Every game is difficult at the moment but we've got a big squad. Playing every few days has got to be a compliment to us, we've reached the semi-final and now we want to get to the final."