Lampard: FA Cup would be ideal boost

CHELSEA vs. EVERTON<br /><br />CHELSEA&rsquo;S Frank Lampard insists FA Cup glory is the least they deserve for their rapid improvement under Guus Hiddink.Dutchman Hiddink&rsquo;s tenure as temporary manager will come to an end after tomorrow&rsquo;s season-ending Wembley showpiece against Everton.<br /><br />The erstwhile Russia coach has transformed the Blues from no-hopers to challengers for three trophies since taking charge in February.<br /><br />The Premier League proved beyond them while their European challenge ended in controversy, to Lampard&rsquo;s enduring irritation. But capturing the FA Cup would avoid a second successive season without silverware &ndash; a scenario the England midfielder is anxious to avoid.<br /><br />&ldquo;It&rsquo;s very important we win something for the confidence of the club and take something away from the season,&rdquo; said Lampard.&ldquo;It was hard to miss out on the Champions League, but as you get a bit older you realise you can&rsquo;t win everything.<br /><br />&ldquo;Our form since Guus Hiddink took over has been championship-winning form, and we only didn&rsquo;t go to the Champions League final because of things that happened on the night against Barcelona. Our performance over the last five months has set the standard.&rdquo;<br /><br />Hiddink&rsquo;s opposite number, Everton boss David Moyes, praised the former Australia coach&rsquo;s influence, but insisted other managers could have done just as well. &ldquo;Hiddink has done terrific wherever he&rsquo;s been,&rdquo; said Moyes. &nbsp;&ldquo;He&rsquo;s come in and done a great job at Chelsea in a short time but let&rsquo;s be fair, Chelsea&rsquo;s players are good players and I think a lot of people could have taken on the Chelsea job and done a good job.&rdquo;<br /><br />Chelsea will start as favourites but Moyes, having seen of Manchester United in the semi-finals and achieved back-to-back fifth-place finishes, fancies his chances of upsetting another of the so-called Big Four.<br /><br />&ldquo;Before the semi-final I said we&rsquo;re due to win something soon, and that doesn&rsquo;t change for me,&rdquo; he added. &ldquo;This is undoubtedly the best Everton team I&rsquo;ve had. There is a great team spirit here, it&rsquo;s very much team-orientated rather than individuals.&rdquo;&nbsp;