Eden Hazard says he is “always happy” at Chelsea and has targeted winning more trophies with the Blues in the next few years.
Hazard, who will make his 200th appearance for the club at home to Stoke on Saturday has been linked with a move away from the club in recent months.
The 25-year-old last month claimed he would find it “difficult to say no to PSG, or to any of the teams capable of winning the Champions League”, while it has also been reported the Belgian playmaker harbours a move to Real Madrid.
But Hazard, speaking to Chelsea TV, says he is looking forward winning trophies with the club in the next few years.
“The future is always the same and that is to win trophies, next season, in two and three years.
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“You want to win the games, to win trophies. [To do that] you have to be ready because all the teams want to beat Chelsea.
“We are ready for that. We have good players in the team and I hope we can win more trophies.
“I am always happy here. Even if I play badly, I’m happy. I know this is football but I try to keep a smile on my face every time,” said Hazard.
Hazard, whose contract expires in 2020, has struggled for form and fitness throughout the season and has managed just two goals and none in the Premier League so far this season.
But Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is believed to be a big admirer of Hazard, who would command a fee of around £70m, and the La Liga giants could test the water for Hazard in the summer.