Frank Lampard Tells Conservative Party 'Come And Get Me' As He Sets Sights On Becoming Tory MP.

ENGLAND & Premier League football superstar Frank Lampard has sensationally admitted he fancies his chances as a Tory MP when he finishes his football career in America next year.

Sources have told TBG that Lampard has issued a "come and get me" plea to top senior Conservatives as he considers life after football.

Former England and Chelsea star Lampard has met with both Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne. Although Frank says he "doesn’t agree with everything they say" he reckons they will cruise to victory in May’s general election.

Lampard told TBG - "I have met David Cameron a couple of times and George Osborne, I have a lot of respect for them. There's quite a few Labour ones I have respect for too, like Ed Balls, who is big into his football. I will certainly vote and certainly pay more attention going into this election than I have before."

He is not the first footballer to consider heading into Westminster.

Fellow former England star Sol Campbell revealed in October he was considering joining the Tories as an ambassador, paving the way for a seat in Parliament.