Frank Lampard has provided an update on Thiago Silva, Mason Mount and N'Golo Kante ahead of Chelsea's Champions League game against Real Madrid.
The Blues face Real in the Champions League quarter-finals first leg on Wednesday, April 12.
Lampard is currently a caretaker at the club following Graham Potter's sacking after the club's poor result.
Kante has recently returned to Chelsea squad after having suffered a serious hamstring injury, however, he missed the Blues defeat against Wolves during the weekend.
Meanwhile, Mount has been sidelined with groin injury, while Silva is currently out with knee injury.
"They're all fit. The three players you mentioned are good and they're here. It's normal in a season like this that character gets questioned," Lampard said during a press conference ahead of Madrid clash.
"The only thing the players can do is prove it on the pitch. There's a lot we do behind the scenes and my job is to convey to them, the need to train at a level and to have a mentalitly at a level and then they have to show it. Not questioning there is a lot of character, because I've seen the dressing room. Sometimes players can have a lack of confidence."
source - football.london