The Blues legend has returned to the club’s Cobham training ground to coach the academy as he works towards his UEFA B license.
Lampard is Chelsea’s all-time record scorer and his presence will be a huge boost for the next generation.
Discussing his retirement on Goals on Sunday, Lampard said: “I’m very happy. I’m enjoying it.
“I kind of knew the time was right for me to finish. When you’re comfortable in yourself, it’s right. I’m doing different bits in my time: family time, bits for TV.
Frank Lampard has returned to coach at Chelsea
“I’m also doing my coaching badges down at Cobham.
“Chelsea have been helping me out with that – and the FA actually.
“I’ve got a lot on but I’m living on a different structure, a different routine, which is something I do enjoy.”
Lampard had offers to play on – including one from Swansea – but he opted to call time on his career in February.
He added: “I think I could have carried on for another year and I had some decent options to do that.
“But I had been carrying a few injuries towards the end, in America particularly.
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“I found that frustrating, having to manage myself all the time, but I just got to the point after 21 years, ‘why?’
“For a lot of reasons, I decided to call it a day.”
Lampard made 649 appearances for Chelsea and won 106 England caps.
He won 11 major trophies, including three Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2012.
Lampard also won four FA Cups, two League Cups and the Europa League.