Frank Lampard says he retired at the right time and is not sure what his next move will be.
The former Chelsea midfielder called time on his playing days last month.
“I’m enjoying retirement. I gave everything in my career, I didn’t leave anything on the table and I know that, I’m comfortable with that so it was the right time for me to bow out and now it’s the next stage,” he told Soccer Saturday at the Willow Foundation’s London Football Awards.
“I don’t know [if I will coach at Chelsea]. Chelsea are helping me now with my badges and I’m thankful for that. As we all know, the badges are a process, it’s not an overnight thing so that will take some time.
“I’ll do some TV bits in that time to keep myself involved and I’m interested in that side of things. It leaves my options open and when you finish, I think it’s important to not make a rash decision right away.
“You have look at the world, step outside the bubble of a footballer, and make the right decision. Fortunately enough, I have options so it’s about taking the right one.”