The Chelsea and England midfielder wants to experience the feeling of being part of the best team in the country again.
Lampard, 31, admitted: "The Champions' League is definitely something I want to win at least once in my career but, for me, the league is where we need to get to the consistency levels we had a few years ago.
"We were dominant for two years but Manchester United have been playing fantastically for three years. There's a feeling among the players that we want to go one step further and get consistency back in the league and then push on for the Champions' League.
"It's a lovely feeling to be the best team in your country - and I want to get that back. Lampard reckons this could be the biggest season of his life, as it ends with the World Cup in South Africa - with England drawn in Group C with Algeria, Slovenia and the USA."