Chelsea boss Frank Lampard felt his side’s positivity helped them to their 3-0 win over Burnley.

Successive home league losses to Bournemouth and Southampton had left manager Lampard admitting the Blues fans had a right to lament his side's Stamford Bridge performances.

But against the Clarets the home faithful saw Jorginho score from the spot, Tammy Abraham head in his 13th league goal of the term and Callum Hudson-Odoi get his first Premier League goal.

Lampard admitted Chelsea set the standard for their home performances in a comfortable and fluent victory.

"It was just what was needed in terms of performance and result," he said.

"The one thing obvious to everyone is that we should have scored more goals. But I won't complaint today because we did score, and we scored in the first half.

"A big factor in the recent losses at home was that we'd have a relative amount of control, fail to score, everyone gets a bit nervous and then we concede.

"Today was different in how it looked because we were so positive from minute one, we were so fast in pass and running off the ball and our control of the game that it felt good. And we got our goals.

"So it's a big win for us and one that we must pick up and replicate and realise why.

"It's a nice example of a standard that we've set and we have to match that.”