Midfielder Eden Hazard says he did not start the season well for Chelsea following his poor start for the club’s current league campaign.
The 24-year-old has struggled to impress for his side this season after arguably been one of the best players in the premier League last season helping Chelsea to clinch the League alongside the Capital One Cup trophy and winning himself the PFA Award and the Club’ best player Award.
However, Hazard was splendid in the Chelsea’s 1-0 home win over Norwich on Saturday and Hazard thinks he works hard to put up his best for the Club.
“I didn’t start the season well, I tried to find out why, but I don’t know.
“Sometimes you don’t know, you have to keep going. I gave everything in training, and on the pitch when I played.
“I hope I can get a lot of form and try to help the team win games,” the Belgium International added.
Chelsea are lying second in the Champions League Group G table with seven points and Hazard is highly expected to be poised in their Champions League clash away to Maccabi Tel Aviv on Tuesday.