Eden Hazard denies PSG rumours, happy to stay at Chelsea

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard has laughed off claims he could join Paris Saint-Germain, and insists he is fully focused on helping the Blues win the title.

The Belgian has been in sensational form this season, and has nine Premier League goals to his name, making his the club's leading scorer.

However recent reports in France suggested he could be on his way to PSG, with newspaper Le Parisien quoting him as saying:  “I will definitely join Paris next summer”.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was quick to deny that Hazard, who joined the club from Lille in 2012, would be leaving, and now the player has confirmed his intentions to stay put.

"Every transfer window in the last four years, they have said I will go here or go there,” Hazard told French football programme Telefoot. “That was the case when I was at Lille.

“Paris is a name that comes up frequently in the speculation, because it is a club that has money -- a big club -- but I am at Chelsea, I play all the time, and I like it here.

"There is no chance that I will leave in this winter transfer window. Even in the summer I do not want to leave. I am happy here. I think this is the best place for me to progress.”

Hazard featured in Chelsea's convincing 3-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday which leaves them third in the Premier League, two points behind leaders Arsenal.

The Blues take on Stoke in the FA Cup this weekend, before going up against West Ham in the Premier League on Wednesday.

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