Lampard hopes to join the elite band of England centurions on Tuesday night
Ukraine v England
FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifier
7.45pm, Tuesday 10 September
Olympic Stadium, Kiev
Live on ITV
hopes to win his 100th cap for England in Ukraine on Tuesday but insists taking one more step towards the World Cup finals is the main thing on his mind.
Lampard will become the eighth member of the elite band of England centurions if he plays in Kiev, having won his 99th cap against Moldova on Friday, and admits it would be huge moment in his career.
The Chelsea man said: "I never dreamt of getting anywhere near 100 caps; it's a huge honour and I won't take it lightly.
"I don't know if I'm playing yet, the manager hasn't said anything; you just wait and try and prepare as always. I'll be very proud if I get on the pitch, I just hope to be involved. And the main thing is we get that result."
The 35-year-old also suggested that his England career could be nearing its end, but hopes to go out in style and help his country enjoy a successful World Cup in Brazil.
"I would love us to get there because then it prolongs the year and it would be great for me to go out there.
"I don’t want to say I'll retire after that because I have never wanted to say that and the minute I say it I think it is there waiting to happen.
"But realistically, yeah, young players are coming through. At 36 not too many players play on at international level."
He added: "I enjoy being with this group of players. I enjoy the manager, I have a lot of respect for him.
"In enjoy playing alongside Steven (Gerrard) and Ashley (Cole), who I have played with a long time, and England as a whole - we want to get to the World Cup."