Eden Hazard has claimed he’s happy to play in a false nine position for Chelsea.

The Belgian has also shared his ambition to win the Champions League with the Blues which means Eden won’t leave Stamford Bridge next summer.

“I have never thought about myself; I just try to play for my team-mates,” Hazard told the Blues’ official website. “I spend more time in the middle of the pitch now so I am more like a playmaker. Sometimes I am lucky to pass the ball and we score; sometimes not!

“I want to keep this thing as a part of my football: playing for my team-mates. If everyone can shine it’s good. I’m happy with my form and with what we have done so far this season. For four months now we have been enjoying playing football with the team and the new manager.

“I know I play for one of the biggest clubs in the world, and I can improve a lot in the future I think.

“I need to score more goals; we need to win more trophies. I won already a lot with Chelsea, but when you play for Chelsea you want big trophies like the Champions League, and to reach finals.”

While Chelsea are preparing to face Watford today at 8:30 p.m. CEST, Hazard could join a very exclusive club by scoring at Vicarage Road. If the 27-year-old will score against the Hornets, he’ll become the 10th player to reach 100 competitive goals for Chelsea.