Frank Lampard has announced his retirement
Lampard has ended his illustrious playing career and will begin pursuing his coaching badges.
The 38-year-old began his career at West Ham where Harry Redknapp gave him his professional debut.
But it was at Chelsea that Lampard made a name for himself in the English game.
Frank Lampard won every trophy available in the English game at Chelsea
Lampard would go on to win every available trophy in the English game including three Premier Leagues, four FA cup medals and the Champions League in 2012.
And the former England international looks back fondly on a trophy-laden career.
"After 21 incredible years, I have decided that now is the right time to finish my career as a professional footballer," Lampard wrote on his Facebook.
The 38-year-old player over 100 times for England
"Whilst I have received a number of exciting offers to continue playing at home and abroad, at 38 I feel now is the time to begin the next chapter in my life.
"I’m immensely proud of the trophies I’ve won, of representing my country over 100 times and of scoring more than 300 career goals.
"Of course, the largest part of my heart belongs to Chelsea Football Club, a club which has given me so many great memories.
Frank Lampard began his career at West Ham
"I will never forget the opportunity they gave me and the success that we managed to achieve together. It is impossible to give thanks individually to all the people that helped and supported me in my 13 years playing there.
"All I can say is from the day I signed until now and going forward, I'm eternally grateful for everything and to everyone. Chelsea fans gave myself and my teammates such incredible support. Their passion and hunger drove me on personally to give my best year after year. I couldn't have done it without them.
"Looking forward, I'm grateful to the FA for the opportunity to study for my coaching qualifications and I look forward to pursuing the off-field opportunities that this decision opens."