Chelsea star Eden Hazard insists he is ready to perform to his best once again after a disappointing campaign last year.
The Blues won the Premier League title in 2015 and Hazard pick up three Player of the Year awards in the process.
He was expected to kick on last season but he failed to deliver as Chelsea failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Hazard’s form did improve towards the end of the campaign and he helped Belgium reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.
His performances were heavily criticised last year as he scored only four goals but he is now ready to move on.
The 25-year-old is now confident he can rediscover his best form as he tries to help the club win the league title, which you can back using your free bet.
“I want to be the best, like I was two years ago,” he said.
“We’ve got to show to everyone we’re Chelsea, we’re big players, a big team and we didn’t finish in a good place last season. No we want to do better and win the Premier League.”
The former Lille star has been linked with a move away from Chelsea in the last few months but Hazard is determined to prove his worth under new boss Antonio Conte.
He added: “I said after a season like that, I wanted to stay because I didn’t want to finish like this.
“If I must leave Chelsea one day, I hope I can finish well here and be a champion again. I played a very bad season. It’s easy to say now I was tired. Even when I’m not at the maximum level I want to play well.
“It’s not easy to play with a small injury in England as the game is very difficult. But this season I’m ready.”