Chelsea forward Eden Hazard says he is happy at the club and is focussed on winning more trophies with the Blues.
Antonio Conte’s side missed out on a potential domestic double following the 2-1 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal, but had already secured the Premier League title, and Hazard believes retaining the league trophy will be tough next season.
He told the Straits Times: ”I’m good here. I’m at one of the best clubs in the world and I think I’m gonna stay for a couple of years. I’m very happy. You can see (from my performances) on the pitch that I’m happy.
“Next season, we will have the Champions League to play but we want to keep the Premier League trophy in Chelsea. It’s going to be hard but we know (people) expect a lot from Chelsea now.”
Chelsea have been linked with a transfer move for Hazard’s Belgium team-mate and Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, but the former Lille attacker says it is up to his compatriot to decide whether or not to make the move.
Hazard added: “He’s a great player, a great guy and a good friend but he will have to make his own choice.
“He’s still young, only 24 but every season he has scored a lot of goals in the Premier League and this shows he’s a good striker because the Premier League is very tough.
“But it’s not my job to say we need him. The owner and manager are there to buy players. We will see.”