Lampard: Let Terry move on now
A minority of supporters jeered Terry at the start of the match, which Lampard admitted was "half-expected", but he hopes that marks the end of the dissent against his Chelsea team-mate following his recent off-field problems.
Lampard said: "The unity in the squad is fine. We've only been together two or three days and everyone is here to concentrate on football and not concentrate on anything else.
"We've certainly done that. The manager is always very strong on that. We've trained, we've rested and there is a good spirit in the team. The boos for John [Terry] were half expected. It has happened before. We know it doesn't do too many favours and I hope it doesn't happen again.
"Overall it was the kind of workout we were looking for. Egypt showed themselves to be a very capable team, very good on the ball. That's why they are African champions. I think we worked hard but missed chances in the first half and, once we had got a goal back, we showed our character and quality."
Lampard also became the latest high-profile player to criticise the Wembley pitch after the 3-1 win. Lampard's England team-mate James Milner had hit out at the surface after Sunday's League Cup final between Aston Villa and Manchester United.
And it again played a part when England defender Matthew Upson slipped over in the build-up to Egypt's opening goal before substitutes Peter Crouch and Shaun Wright-Phillips inspired a comeback. Lampard said: "I think the pitch was definitely the reason why Matty [Upson] slipped before their goal.
"The surface kept giving way, was very soft underneath, and it should be better. It's as simple as that. Wembley should be better than that. What could be done? They could change the pitch maybe!"