Eden Hazard has told Sky Sports that he hopes Chelsea will get to next season’s Champions League Final.
But, in the same interview, he also admitted that he has no desires to be Chelsea captain.
Despite winning both the Premier League and the Capital One Cup, Chelsea’s performances on the European stage were not up to the mark that many around Europe had anticipated. The Blues crashed out to Paris Saint Germain in the round of 16.
Tonight, Chelsea will watch Barcelona, who knocked out PSG in the quarter finals, take on Juventus. But Hazard is already thinking about the next season.
“This season it was not for Chelsea, but I hope next season we will be in the final.
“It’s always good to see the final, but it’s better if you play in it.”
Hazard in now on international duty with Belgium. Due to Vincent Kompany’s injury, he will be handed the captain’s armband.
During an interview he was also asked about the possibilty of being the future captain at Stamford Bridge.
“Yes, but in my club it’s one guy, called John Terry.
“If I can one day, no problem, but it’s not my objective. My objective is to play and win trophies. For me it will be the same, captain or not. I try to give my best and play my best football.
“I try to be the best all the time and show everybody how good I am.”