Frank Lampard is encouraged by the revival of British managers in the Premier League and hopes the current crop can inspire a future generation of coaches.
The Chelsea boss is one of 11 British head coaches and managers in the top flight, a number that has increased from just five only two years ago.
Lampard believes the increase can have a positive impact on those aspiring for a career in management and encourage players nearing retirement to consider a move into coaching.
“In the modern world, I don’t think it matters where you’re from,” Lampard said.
“But it is nice that this is the Premier League here in England and we are seeing some British managers coming through and doing very well.
“I know there will be a lot of hard work behind that. And if that can inspire younger managers, or players who want to try to become managers, that is a great thing. Sam Allardyce and David Moyes have been doing well for years.”