The Blues spent more than £70m to secure a deal for German midfielder Havertz and have also signed Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva this summer.
But the 21-year-old – who made more than 50 appearances for the Blues last term – insists he and his Chelsea team-mates see the new additions as a positive.
‘You look at our team now and some brilliant, world class players have come in and that keeps the competition high,’ Mount told Sky Sports.
‘Everyone is pushing for places and that’s what you want at a club like this. You want the competition to be there because it keeps standards high.
‘When you’re in this building, you’re competing straight away. Chelsea is a massive club so they are always going to sign top players.
‘You know that’s going to happen. We’re all competing and the gaffer wants high standards in training. I love competing against my team-mates, we all love it.’
Asked whether there was any trepidation because of Chelsea’s spending spree, Mount added: ‘I think it’s normal. Players are going to come in.
‘When you have those players coming in, they’re always going to help the team.
Speaking during the week, Chelsea manager Lampard also dismissed the rumours Mount reacted badly to the arrival of Havertz.
‘I saw the story about Mason Mount and I know it was an absolute fabricated from somebody, particularly if it came from the German end,’ said Lampard.
‘I’m not sure if he has any relatives out there or friends he would talk to, it’s a strange angle for that to come from Mason.
‘What I do know is the young players we’ve got in the team and the way football is at a club like Chelsea, if you’re a young player that’s got a foot in and the club brings in players around you that raise levels, or you hope raise levels, the players should, and hopefully will, raise their levels and everyone improves.’
Chelsea finished fourth in the Premier League last season and open their 2020-21 campaign on Monday evening at Brighton.