Chelsea ace Eden Hazard insists defending during games isn’t for him – jokingly.

Hazard has picked out attributes from fellow superstars to make the perfect player – and was ruthlessly honest about himself.

The Belgian midfielder gave France Football a serious analysis of other players but was tongue in cheek about himself.

The 26-year-old joked about back-tracking runs: “You don’t need that. Don’t tell (Blues boss Antonio) Conte, but you can write that it’s pointless.

“If you defend too much, you tire yourself out.

“If I’ve spent the whole game defending, forget about me being useful after the 60th minute, and I’m quite fit.

“There are people who are meant to defend, while others are there to attack. After that, it’s up to the manager.

“If that’s what he wants, you need to do it, otherwise you sit on the bench. I defend too. I don’t like it, but I have to with Antonio.”