The 34-year-old midfielder reached the milestone for Chelsea in their 2-0 win over his former club West Ham which took the Blues to third in the English Premier League ahead of the international break.
Chelsea will face six matches in a span of 16 days following the international matches, but Lampard is currently only focused on England duty, with six more appearances required to reach 100 caps. “I’m really enjoying the England thing. You really appreciate it as you get older every time you play for them.
It’s 94 (caps). But six caps in international football is still a relatively long way. So I’ll take it cap by cap,” said Lampard, who is in the squad for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers with San Marino and Montenegro.