Roy Keane was not the only member of the Aston Villa dugout to believe Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was guilty of disrespect last month.
Mourinho attempted to shake hands with the Villains coaching staff three minutes ahead of the final whistle, an act which assistant boss Roy Keane took offence to.
But Keane was not alone.
"Yeah I do [think it was disrespectful too], yeah," said Lambert to Sky Sports today, Thursday. "My thoughts are exactly the same as Roy's on them.
“The game has not even finished. I just thought it was wrong. It's not the way I was brought up.”
Elsewhere, Chelsea may be readying their winter window transfer strategy by revisiting a bid for Juventus star midfielder Paul Pogba.
The Express report that the Old Lady of Serie A are currently looking at considerably bolstering Pogba's current £60,000 per week wage.
He is not the only player Chelsea are targeting, as AS Monaco attacker Lucas Ocampos, who recently scored twice in one Coupe de France match, is also on the shortlist.