Frank Lampard is Chelsea's greatest-ever player and, with 211 goals from midfield, the club's leading scorer.
In 13 years with the Blues, Lampard won the Champions League, Europa League, three Premier League titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups and two Community Shields.
The midfielder left Stamford Bridge in 2014 and won a fourth Premier League title with Manchester City before winding down a glittering career with two seasons in MLS at New York City FC.
Football Whispers TV sat down with Lampard recently for a fascinating discussion about the 106-cap former England international's career.
The 38-year-old spoke about coming from a football family under his uncle, Harry Redknapp, at West Ham United, and playing against cousin Jamie Redknapp.
Lampard also expressed his pride at playing for England, the future of the Three Lions and his former Chelsea team-mate John Terry who will make his final appearance for the club this weekend.
You can watch the full episode of Behind The Lines below: