Frank Lampard has praised Timo Werner for his part in helping Chelsea land a deal with Kai Havertz.

It has been one of the most exciting transfer windows in years at Stamford Bridge with a number of new signings.

They include Werner and Havertz, as well as Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr.

But the Blues are not done yet with a deal agreed with Edouard Mendy from Rennes and an ongoing chase on for West Ham's Declan Rice.

There has been over £200m spent on transfers and expectations will surely rise in west London.

Lampard's men are now seen as the favourite to gatecrash Liverpool and Manchester City's domination of the Premier League.

Chelsea have signed a number of players

But he will need all of his players pulling in the right direction.

And luckily for him, he appears to already have two on the same page in the shape of Werner and Havertz.

"I was able to have some conversations with Kai after the buying process happened, or whatever you want to call it," Lampard said.

"I did as much watching of him as a player as I could, and by that time Timo had arrived at the club, and Timo and Kai are pretty close so I could obviously ask Timo a lot about him, them playing in the national team together.

"So we had very good background on him.

"But again I was very struck in those conversations with him about his humility, and how he is as a person which I love.

Kai Havertz made his Chelsea debut in the Blues' 3-1 win over Brighton at the Amex

"I love the humility in players who come with the idea they just want to improve and become a success.

"And I know he has great talent.

"I've seen that in the first week that he's been here.

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"I think it's important to be clear that before the Brighton game Kai Havertz had trained for four or five days and two or three of those were a build-up to a game so you can't work that hard.

"Fitness levels for Kai were difficult. They are only going to get better and get better quickly.

"I've seen lots of his talent and have no doubt the impact he will have as a Chelsea player."