Frank Lampard has revealed what he said to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Chelsea's draw with Manchester United.
The west Londoners were held to a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford on Saturday evening in a match that failed to live up to expectations.
Chances were at a premium, with the best opportunities falling United's way.
Lampard, like many others, was less than impressed with how the game turned out and conveyed his frustration to his opposite number after the final whistle.
"It wasn't a classic, was it? I said that," Lampard told Sky Sports when asked what he said in his post-match conversation with the Norwegian. "If I was at half-five waiting for Man U and Chelsea, and you're a neutral, you want more.
"But I think at the start of this season I'm watching games, tough games. People are finding the same and we have to be humble to that and work and get better."
Chelsea dominated large portions of the match but were unable to convert their possession into chances, a failure Lampard was quick to lament.
"Happy with the clean sheet," the former Blues midfielder said when asked to further assess the match. "Obviously we want more than a point.
"When you come to Manchester United if you don't concede that's a great base and shows some progression for us.
"Was our game in the final third as we wanted it to be? No. Pretty understandable when you enter a game of this level when you do enter the final third you want to make things happen a bit more.
"It didn't come off for us. Not enough penetration. Things to improve on but the clean sheet is very good."
Chelsea will be back in action on Wednesday evening, travelling to Russia to take on Krasnodar in their second Champions League group match of the season.
United will also be in Champions League action on Wednesday, welcoming RB Leipzig told Old Trafford.
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