The Belgium international has starred for the west Londoners in their three consecutive victories at the start of the Premier League season, with the Blues serious contenders for honours this term.
The attacking midfielder has stressed the importance of keeping their good run of form going and wants to pick up silverware at the end of the campaign.
“At Chelsea you have to win every game. The objective is win, win, win. This season I think there are seven trophies to play for,” Hazard told The Sun.
“We played the first one against Manchester City in the Community Shield. If we get two or three from the remaining six that will be great.
“Big clubs, whether it’s Chelsea or Manchester, are formatted to win.
“I’ve adapted very well to life in London.
“You’re always a bit overawed when you arrive at a new club because of so many big names.
“But then you tell yourself, ‘they are people like me, with two arms and two legs,” he concluded.
By Gareth McKnight