Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard wants to end the season strongly after enduring a disappointing campaign at Stamford Bridge.
The Belgian international won the PFA Players’ Player of the Year award last season, as he helped the Blues claim glory in both the Premier League and Capital One Cup, but his performance levels have dropped considerably during the current campaign.
The 25-year-old scored his first Premier League goals of the campaign during the 4-1 victory over Bournemouth last weekend and is now determined to end the season well.
He told chelseafc.com: “Every season is different but for the last six years I was at the top. When I was in France (at Lille) I was on the top and it is the first time in my career when I feel I am not on the top, but I need to learn. I am still young, I need to learn every day. I hope it will be better next year.”
Chelsea will take on Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Monday before they round off the campaign with away trips to Sunderland and Liverpool, plus a home match with Leicester.
Hazard believes his side should be aiming to take maximum points from those matches, as they look to build some momentum ahead of next season.
He added: “We have four games to play and we want to finish the best we can. Four games and if we can beat all of the four opponents it will be good.”