Frank Lampard became Chelsea's all-time leading scorer with a double against Aston Villa on Saturday that clinched a 2-1 victory and pushed his club closer to Champions League qualification
From midfield, Lampard has now scored 203 goals during 12 years with Chelsea - surpassing the record held by Bobby Tambling.
''It means everything, it's amazing,'' said Lampard, who is out of contract at the end of the season. ''The support I've had from teammates, you saw that at the end and I'm thankful to every one of them because they're the ones that put it on a plate for me sometimes.
''And the fans, they've been with me for a long time and were probably frustrated alongside me not getting there so I'm just delighted.''
Christian Benteke put Villa ahead in the first half but, with both sides reduced to 10 men, Lampard started Chelsea's comeback in the 61st minute.
The England international curled the ball from inside the area past goalkeeper Brad Guzan to equalize, and then scored the ...