Antonio Conte’s men marched to a club record 12th straight win in the Premier League with a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth on Boxing Day.
And Hazard, who joined Chelsea in 2012, reckons they are an even more formidable force than Jose Mourinho’s 2014/15 title winners.
That team won the championship with three games to spare after going on a mammoth 16-game unbeaten run earlier in the season, and Hazard ended up Footballer of the Year.
But asked whether he thought this year’s vintage was even better, he said: “Yes – because we win every game! We are full of confidence.
“We feel good. We try to win every game. We don’t look at records but if we can make history in this club we will”
“We try to do something that we didn’t do in the past. We score some goals. We feel good. We try to win every game. We don’t look at records but if we can make history in this club we will.
“Let’s keep it going and we will try to win every game if we can. It’s not only about Chelsea, this league. This league is very difficult. Every game we try to win.
“Now our opponents will try to give everything because they want to be first. Now we are first and everyone wants to beat us.”
Hazard filled in as a makeshift striker against the Cherries with Diego Costa suspended and put in a man of the match display capped with his ninth goal of the season.
But he insists Costa does not have a new strike rival at Stamford Bridge, saying: “I played as a striker last year one time and this year couple of minutes, I know the position.
“But no, Diego is a striker. When he is on the pitch next game I will be on the side again.”
Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere reckons Chelsea will be hard to stop this season.
He said: “They look like champions at the minute. For me at the moment they’re the best team in the league.
“There’s still a long way to go of course, you can’t say they’re definitely going to win the league but at the minute they look like the strongest.
“They’ve found this new formation that works for them. I’ve been here a few times with Arsenal and we’ve only won once. But they’re more ruthless.
“They change their game depending who they are playing. That’s the sign of a top team. They are starting to open up a gap which will be difficult to claw back as the months go by.”
Wilshere also reckons Chelsea have a secret weapon in goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who has kept four clean sheets in a row and not been beaten in more than six-and-a-half hours.
Wilshere said: “He’s up there with the best. You can tell. In the second half it was 2-0 but one goal and we’re back in it. We had a chance and he just comes alive. That’s the sign of the top goalkeeper that he is.”