The Chelsea superstar has been in stunning form helping the Blues to the top of the table.
And the Belgian believes opponents kicking him will give him even more chances to score.
“I think every year it is the same,” Hazard told the club’s website.
“Sometimes you get kicked and you get a free-kick or a penalty and it is a chance to score”
Chelsea ace Eden Hazard
“When you’ve got the ball at your feet or you keep the ball, you have to be ready to get kicked so I don’t complain about this.
“I just want to be protected but it is football now and sometimes you get kicked and you get a free-kick or a penalty and it is a chance to score, so I am happy to do this.”
Hazard has eight goals and one assist in the Premier League this campaign.
Chelsea return to top flight action later today against Bournemouth as they look to make it 12 wins on the bounce.
Antonio Conte will be without Diego Costa and N’Golo Kante for the clash at Stamford Bridge as they are both suspended.
The Italian boss is likely to opt for summer signing Michy Batshuayi as the replacement for the Spanish striker.