Eden Hazard, the Belgium international, has been nominated for the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.
The player has adapted well to the life in the Premier League after his transfer from Ligue 1 and looks set to be a dominating force for years to come.
Here is a look at why the Chelsea playmaker will become one of the best footballers the world.
Eden Hazard is still only 22 years old and has a wealth of experience for someone so young. The player looks set to improve in the coming years and will become an attacking player to be feared when he reaches his peak in the next three or four years.
Hazard is creative, has pace to burn, and lots of trickery up his sleeve but some people fear that next season he might get found out by defenders when they pay closer attention to him.
The fact is that Hazard has so many positive things going for him and his own personal evolution will mean that he will be very hard to contain, no matter how much analysis the opposition does on him.
The link up play of Hazard, Juan Mata, Oscar and Fernando Torres is breathtaking to watch and, with most of these players set to be at Chelsea for some time, it will get better over the forthcoming months and years. This will ensure that the player will also improve and will dazzle the Premier League with his displays for years to come.
Eden Hazard might not win any of the PFA awards he is nominated for, but he will be an ever-present name in the list for years to come.
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