Chelsea star Eden Hazard has admitted he dreams of winning the Premier League title, and hopes all his hard work will pay off this season.
The Belgium international has been in sensational form this year and completed his first ever hat-trick in the Premier League yesterday by scoring all three goals in the Blues' 3-0 win over Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge.
He said: "Top of the league. I go in my bed, I dream. I hope at the end of the season it will be the same. It's a pleasure to play for this team and to work for that."
23-year-old Hazard has scored 12 league goals in 25 appearances this season, and been vital to Chelsea's rise to the top of the table.
Hazard was part of the Lille side that won the French Ligue 1 title prior to his £32million move to London, and is now hoping to replicate this achievement in England.
"I work every day. I feel good on the pitch. I have experience now, because last season was my first. I try every game to make the difference for the team. It was another good day for me." he said.
Hazard's third goal yesterday came from the penalty spot after regular taker, Frank Lampard, allowed his team-mate the chance to complete his hat-trick.
"It's a good present. Without the team I'm nothing.
"I just want to say thank you. Thank you, Lamps, for the penalty, because normally it's for him. I just said 'if you want it, take it, I don't care'. He said 'no, no'."
Hazard will hope his form continues into the end of the season and in preparation for this summer's World Cup in Brazil.