Frank Lampard is a living legend. Zidane is also a living legend.

If Zidane can, why can't he?

He has proven his mark on the field of play at Stamford Bridge leaving a legacy and memories that would be cherished by posterity.

The former English midfielder is seeking to conquer new grounds after his illustrious playing career and his target is to become a manager.

It is been reported that Lampard has spoken to Oxford United about their vacant managerial position as he prepares to take his first steps into coaching.

Oxford United Football Club play in League One, the third tier of English football.

The Chelsea legend, who hung his playing boots in February following a stint in Major League Soccer, is one of the candidates in the running to take over at the Kassam Stadium.

Lampard has a number of other big names to contend with as former Swansea City Assistant Pep Clotet is also said to have been interviewed.

Chris Powell and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink have previously been touted, but Sky Sports News claims that Oxford are seriously considering Lampard for the job.

Speaking last month, Lampard revealed that he is interested in becoming a manager and will be happy to grow himself on someone like Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino.