Last Updated: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 14:28
Frank Lampard ended his worst Premier League goalscoring run in a decade at West Ham before calling on Chelsea to build some momentum.
The 35-year-old scored twice in the 3-0 win at his former club to end a 10-match scoreless run, since the opening day defeat of Hull, and take his tally to five goals in his last five games against the club he left for Stamford Bridge in 2001.
Chelsea's record goalscorer was given the freedom to roam further forwards with John Obi Mikel in midfield and took full advantage to end a two-match winless run, something of a crisis for Jose Mourinho's men, with just a second away win of the season.
"It was enjoyable, because from the first minute we were on it," Lampard told Chelsea TV.
"We haven't done it well enough away from home this season and having lost some silly points in the last two games we were very up for it.
"It was a very complete performance. We caused them loads of problems.
"Obi in there is a great guarantee behind you. It certainly gives me a few more opportunities to get forward.
"We knew exactly what we needed to do and when we do it like that we're going to win a lot more games than we don't win.
"It's really important now we go on a run and carry on with that form, whether we're home or away."
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