That's according to his brother, Kylian Hazard, who told Goal.com that the Belgian midfielder is now back to his best and will start delivering for the Blues again next season.
"He will stay at Chelsea, he is happy at Chelsea", he said.
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"It is one of the biggest teams in the world. He will be special again for them next year."
The former PFA Player of the Year was disappointing last season, scoring just four goals, two of which came in the last few games of the campaign.
That led to speculation that Chelsea could offer him to Real Madrid as part of a €75 million swap for Alvaro Morata, but it doesn't appear that either player is interested.
Like many of his team-mates, Hazard will now be hoping for better fortunes under new manager Antonio Conte.
The Conte revolution
Now that Conte's Italy are out of Euro 2016, his revolution at the club is well and truly underway.
It has already begun with the signing of Hazard's Belgium team-mate Michy Batshuayi.
In fact, Hazard may have already dropped a hint that he was staying, as it is believed he was influential in persuading the outgoing Marseille forward to move to west London.
And Kylian Hazard added:
"Chelsea is a great team for Belgians at the minute."
Hazard will have the opportunity to play alongside Batshuayi, and another of his compatriots in Thibaut Courtois next season, after captaining their national side at Euro 2016.
The ex-Lille man was admittedly an unusual choice to skipper his country, but he lived up to Marc Wilmots' hopes, putting in some fantastic performances as Belgium reached the quarter-finals.
Now, Blues fans will be hoping he can live up to his brother's promise and continue that form going into next season.
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