Frank Lampard has called upon his Chelsea squad to draw inspiration from Manchester City’s pursuit of a historic treble ahead of their showdown at the Etihad this Sunday. City will capture their third Premier League title in four years, if they can defeat Chelsea, and potentially clinch the trophy even before they kick-off depending on Arsenal’s result against West Ham on Saturday. This would be the fifth English championship in six seasons for Pep Guardiola’s side. City’s other two targets, namely the Champions League and the FA Cup, are still on the horizon, with the former set to happen against Inter Milan. The Blues, on the other hand, are currently stuck in 11th place. Despite the club’s co-owner Todd Boehly spending roughly £600 million on transfers over the previous year. Lampard has now advised his Chelsea players, particularly their younger generation, to take heed of City’s work ethic and battle to the top. The ex-England international stressed that players need to comprehend that the upshot of their hard work over the years is the moment of championship victory and lifting the cup. Lampard has been using the docu-series ‘The Last Dance,’ which focuses on the Chicago Bulls’ championship sides of the 1990s, to prepare Chelsea for their final games of the season. The interim manager urged his team to comprehend the underlying standards, endeavor, and diligence that goes into achieving success and, more often than not, courageously facing obstacles and losses along the way. Lampard will step down from his position at Chelsea’s helm after their match against Newcastle on May 28th.