"I haven't heard any more, so I would wait and reserve judgement [on Chelsea's plans for January] until we get the judgement and see where we want to go from there".
Chelsea have since appealed against their punishment to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and Lampard has indicated that a verdict on whether their ban will be reduced or removed will be given in the next few days.
Abraham missed Saturday's 1-0 loss to West Ham with a hip problem but was back in the starting line-up against his former loan club Aston Villa and headed home Chelsea's opener before teeing up Mount for the victor.
Chelsea needed a victory after underperforming badly against West Ham and they got one despite spurning a number of chances.
His 12th goal in all competitions for Chelsea this term includes 11 in 14 league appearances and Blues boss Lampard expects him to maintain the speed of his development.
"It doesn't seem too bad in there (the dressing room), so I'm presuming he's OK", Blues boss Lampard said.
"When he comes out of the team he's a player you miss".
Aston Villa's Trezeguet scores their first goal. "West Ham was the only game this season when we haven't been up to par", he said. We come out with the same energy wherever we play.
"We did that, won more tackles and second balls, and we could have scored more goals".
It was the first time that Terry was back at Stamford Bridge in an official capacity since he left the club as a player in 2017.
Cesar Azpilicueta, caught out of position, gave Ahmed Elmohamady space to swing over a cross towards Trezeguet, who had no problem getting in front of the ponderous James.
Chelsea needed an immediate response after the interval and they delivered in the 48th minute.
Aston Villa could come face to face with one of the heroes of last season's promotion campaign tonight, if Tammy Abraham is fit to lead Chelsea's line at Stamford Bridge.