Chelsea boss Frank Lampard praised matchwinner Tammy Abraham but said his side must show a more ruthless streak in front of goal after the thrilling 3-2 win away against Norwich City.
Abraham scored in each half to earn Lampard his first win as Chelsea boss in his third Premier League game.
“That was a tough test and Norwich will get lots of points here this season,” Lampard told BT Sport.
“We played well. It was a good performance but we need to be more clinical. We absolutely controlled the game and it was two goals we shouldn’t be giving away.
“I am particularly pleased for Tammy. It was a really good two goals including the winner.”
Lampard said that winger Pedro, who was injured in the warm-up and did not play felt, his hamstring and will be assessed after the weekend.
But he was hopeful Mason Mount would be okay after taking off the young midfielder when he was kicked on the calf in the closing stages.
More reaction from Carrow Road to follow.