Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has denied reports linking him with a big money move to Paris Saint Germain in the summer, reports the Daily Star.

The Belgian playmaker has established himself as one of the Premier League’s best players this season, and shone once again at the weekend, netting a hat-trick in the 3-0 win over Newcastle.

PSG are reportedly weighing up a big money summer offer that would see Hazard return to France, where he spent five years with Lille before arriving at Stamford Bridge.

However, the Chelsea ace insists he is not interested in a return to France, no matter how much money is thrown his way.

“It’s nice to read that PSG are interested in me. But I do not care,” Hazard said

“I have never thought of leaving Chelsea. I feel good at this club and I still have much to do here.

“I know very well what I have in mind. No one will change that.”

Hazard has come in for plenty of praise following his performance at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho describing him as ‘the best young player in the world.’

However, Hazard feels his development is thanks to the more experienced players at Stamford Bridge.

“My goal is to become the best with Chelsea. I’ve learned a lot of Lampard, Terry, Cech and Eto’o,” he told L’Equipe.

“They have won so much and they inspire me. It allowed me to grow. That’s why I think my best years are ahead of me.”