Chelsea star winger Eden Hazard has revealed that he will consider leaving Blues only if he wins the Premier League or Player of the Year award again.
Hazard has been a long-standing target for both Real Madrid and Paris saint Germain but the keen doesn’t want to finish his Chelsea career on a low. The Blues have finished 10th in Premier League in a disappointing season for both the fans and players.
One of the main reasons for their performance was Hazard who had his worst season at Stamford Bridge since his move to the Blues back in 2012 as the Belgian scored only six times in the league.
The 25-year old is keen to put the things right back in place before thinking of moving elsewhere and has said he will remain at Stamford Bridge until he is back in top form.
“I said – after the season like the last one – I wanted to stay at Chelsea because I didn’t want to finish like this.
“When I was in France, I finished my last game (at Lille) with a hat-trick and it was a good time to leave. And if I must leave (Chelsea) one day, I hope I can finish well here and be a champion again.
“I want to be the best (player in England), like I did (in 2014-15). Do I want to win that (Player of the Year) award again? Yes.
“I played a very bad season and it is always important (to recover). Why was it bad? I think it was because I was tired.
“Even when I am not at the maximum level I want to play well, but last season was difficult.
“I was injured, not a big one, but it was not easy to play with a small injury when you play in England because the game is very difficult. But this season I am ready.”