Eden Hazard has compared Paris Saint-German with Arsenal ahead of Chelsea's Champions League quarter-final clash with the Ligue 1 giants.
As reported by The Mirror, Hazard - when discussing the fixture with the French giants - has suggested that the Blues must 'go for their throats'.
The Blues star played a key role in his side's 6-0 demolition of Arsenal this past weekend, and he will be hoping to star once again in Europe next week.
And ahead of the clash, Hazard has pointed towards some great memories of playing against PSG in the past.
Speaking to reporters, Hazard said: "PSG are the team I won the French Cup against and we won the league title in their stadium when we did the double with Lille. So it has been good for me to play them.
"I feel PSG are a bit like Arsenal - they like to dictate the play and if we're ready, if we close them down and go for their throats straight away, things will become a bit more difficult for them."
Chelsea will be hoping to secure their third straight European trophy this season, having picked up the Champions League in 2012 and the Europa League last season.
And Hazard will be Mourinho's main man as the Blues target a place in the semi-final of Europe's elite competition.
For now though, Hazard and Co. will be concentrating on their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace this weekend. Chelsea will be looking to secure all three points at Selhurst Park, as they look to continue their title charge.