All the senior players, we are happy and we are trying to help all of them.
"We've only been back just a few days so there had been some pressure on the lads and we have been working them very hard". "We had a good connection so I'm happy to stay here, to work hard and play well". 'There is nothing to be anxious about, ' said the 29-year-old Spain worldwide.
"I think the experience he has as a player playing at the highest level, playing under a lot of very good managers - his personality, his behaviour, his confidence - I think there is nothing to be anxious about".
'I am sure his desire and passion for being manager and this chance to be manager of Chelsea, the club he loves and where the fans love him. We are very excited and the only way we can carry it on is by winning together, getting the feeling back of being all together as a club. "We have to take responsibility and know that there are a lot of things [going on] around us, but we have to work hard to get better". 'Since I came here we've had people leave every season like Lampard, John Terry, Didier Drogba, Ashley Cole and Petr Cech, ' said Azpilicueta, signed from Marseille in 2012.
A high level of fitness will be key to the Chelsea legend's favoured style of play, with Pedro Rodriguez saying: "We've been training really hard with Frank this week". 'We've been doing that quite well - and sometimes we could have done better. It will be a lesson for Frank to see players and in a way it will make his mind up.
Yet the discord which festered last season, most obviously among the supporters, has been banished by the return of Chelsea's record goalscorer, and an air of positivity among fans and players accompanied the team even as they drew their opening pre-season fixture against Bohemian in Dublin on Wednesday.
"I shared two years with him in the dressing room and I enjoyed the time to have him as a team-mate".
"He was here for a very long and very successful period, and always set an example: how he wanted to break every record or improve himself in every session". 'Now, the next stage for him is as a manager and he is our boss.
"We wanted to win because you always do but it's not about that at this point", Lampard added. "We're pressing a lot without the ball, when we've got the ball, we have to move it quickly, and in transition (we have to be) very good".