Lampard joined Chelsea from West ham in June 2001 for £11m
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck is confident the club can convince Frank Lampard to sign a new contract when he returns from England duty.
The 29-year-old, whose current deal expires next summer, has been linked with a summer move to Inter Milan.
But he will open talks after England's friendlies against the USA on 28 May and Trinidad and Tobago on 1 June.
Buck said: "We're hopeful, confident, that we'll reach agreement with Frank and he'll be here for the long-term."
Chief executive Peter Kenyon has confirmed the club are keen to keep Lampard, insisting: "At no time have we thought a replacement for Frank was on the cards and we would like to get rid of the speculation."
And Buck told Chelsea TV: "For Frank, the season ends in about 10 days' time after the two England friendlies when we will sit down with him and Steve Kutner, his agent.
"We've said along, we love Frank Lampard, the fans love Frank Lampard, and he's a great player. We want him to stay at Chelsea Football Club."
Lampard had to prepare for Wednesday's Champions League final against Manchester United, which the Blues lost on penalties, while grieving for his mother who died in April.
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