And Lampard believes the decision to keep Tomori out of the team is simply down to the options available to him.
“I have four centre-backs to choose from so generally every week two of them are unhappy,” Lampard said.
“And then people question you when you change it all the time, and question it when you stick with a back two or back three.
“So there is competition in that area. So yes, with Fik he always has to train at the top level, that goes for all of the young players because when you are out of the team, however much it hurts, you need to show a good attitude and train very well.