"We want to win at home, we are striving to get in the top four - I think it would be a big achievement if we can do it and if you can't win your home games of course that is going to be something that compromises that", he claimed.
According to Sky Sports, Giroud has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal to move to the Serie A leaders, where he will be reunited with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte who brought the striker to the West London club from Arsenal in January 2018.
I am surprised to see his name pop up so regularly when it is not popping up so regularly in my conversations to be brutally honest. Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho and Red Bull Leipzig's Timo Werner are unlikely to be available until the summer and Lyon's chairman, Jean-Michel Aulas, this week publicly ruled out selling Moussa Dembélé.
"Every home game you would want to win, within reason, you understand how tough the league is and nothing is given, but we are in a spot and I don't mind the pressure".
However, Hutchison says Lampard must aim to move players on before thinking about signing any new ones this month.
"He's not one that we're openly talking about".
"I don't think he should be in a rush Frank just to go out there because all of a sudden he's been given a transfer kitty of £100m-plus, I don't think he should rush it. If it is a decision then I will be a big part of that decision".
"At the minute, we are still working very hard on the training ground and in games to get that right ourselves".
"I said it after our last game, the situation is that if it's right for everybody - and first and foremost, that's us the club because he's under contract - then we'll look at whether he can leave", Lampard said. So I hold him in a high regard in that respect but I still have to make a decision for the football club and nothing is done yet. It is January. I have said if it is right then we will look at it. "I think his agent has spoken to the club, but until anything's done he's a Chelsea player".