Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has stressed that he is not thinking about leaving the club anytime soon, as he feels the Stamford Bridge is the best place for him to improve, according to the Express.
The Belgian winger has been in sparkling form this season under Jose Mourinho - netting on more than one occasion and creating decisive chances for the Blues.
And Hazard, who is the Blues' top scorer this season, was recently linked with a move to French big spenders Paris Saint Germain - managed by Laurent Blanc.
But the 23-year-old has responded to speculation linking him with the Ligue 1 champions - by insisting that he has no intention of leaving Chelsea. The former Lille winger claims he is in no hurry to return to Ligue 1 as he is very happy at Stamford Bridge.
"For four years, during each transfer market, there are rumors I will go here and there," Hazard told French television show Tele-Foot.
"Paris has money, Paris is a great club. But I am at Chelsea, there is no chance to see me leaving during that transfer market or during the next one, I think.
"I don't want to leave. To me, Chelsea is the best place to improve."
The 50-year-old Mourinho also stated that there is no chance that the prolific winger will join PSGin the near future.
"I'm not worried because if his value was around £40million when Chelsea bought him, if two years later he's twice or three times better than he was when we bought him, I think his value is a crazy value, so Edin on top of that is not a player Chelsea is interesting in selling anyway. Our tag is not to sell, plus the crazy amount that he can value in this moment, I think no chance that Edin can leave," Mourinho said.
Hazard is currently the highest paid player in the Barclay Premier League, earning a staggering sum of £180k every week.
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