Chelsea forward has revealed that he would only leave Stamford Bridge only if Chelsea wins the Premier League again.
The 25-year old who has been in fine form for Chelsea since the start of the current campaign,and clinching the award for the League’s Player of the Month for October, said he has no immediate plan to part with Chelsea only if the team claim the Premier League.
Speaking to the Guardian “I made clear I had no intention of leaving after such a poor year,”
“I didn’t want to go out like that. If I ever leave, it’ll be after winning a championship. You need to go out on a high so that people remember you for the right reasons.”
“He expects a lot of us, he’s demanding, and he never stops wanting more from his players,” added Hazard.
“But when you’re in his side winning matches every week, it’s obvious his methods work.”
While the manager also lavish praise on the Belgian
“We have to go step by step with the team. If we want to compare Eden with the top players, it’s not the right moment,” Conte said
“He has the potential to do great things in his career but it’s important now that he is putting his best into the team, and it’s great for us.”
“This league is very tough and every game, anything can happen. There is a great difference and you must understand this very quickly,” he added.
“There are a lot of great players of quality, speed and technical ability, it’s important to understand this. You must play with high intensity to win.”
“I have all the players available,”
The team will face Middlesbrough on Sunday after news reporting both Diego Costa and Hazard will feature against Middlesbrough.
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