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Chelsea fans will love Eden Hazard even more after this

Belgian star says he's "very happy" at Stamford Bridge and is aiming to win the Champions League and Premier League

EDEN HAZARD has revealed he wants to stay at Chelsea despite interest from Real Madrid.

The Belgian star, 26, says he’s “very happy” at Stamford Bridge and is aiming to win the Champions League, while keeping hold of the Premier League title.

Eden Hazard has revealed he wants to stay at Chelsea for the forseeable future

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Eden Hazard has revealed he wants to stay at Chelsea for the forseeable future

Hazard has been subject to transfer speculation all season long, as his sensational form saw him attract the attention of a host of European giants.

However, despite La Liga champions Real Madrid circling, Hazard says he’s not going anywhere.

He said: “I’m good here. I’m at one of the best clubs in the world and I think I’m going to stay for a couple of years.

“I’m very happy. You can see on the pitch that I’m happy.

Eden Hazard is set to reject the advances of Real Madrid to stay at Chelsea

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Eden Hazard is set to reject the advances of Real Madrid to stay at Chelsea

Eden Hazard had a superb season as Chelsea ran out Premier League winners

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Eden Hazard had a superb season as Chelsea ran out Premier League winners

“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.

“But now is the time to think about holidays.”

Eden Hazard wants to stay at Chelsea to compete in the Champions League

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Eden Hazard wants to stay at Chelsea to compete in the Champions League

Hazard enjoyed a sublime 2016-17 season, playing a major role in leading Antonio Conte’s men to the league title.

The Belgian netted 16 times in the Premier League as he rediscovered his 2014-15 form.

He is under contract at the Chelsea until at least the summer of 2020, but Real Madrid are still considering a £100million move.