Eden Hazard is a man enjoying his football at the moment.
The Belgian winger admits he was “Like a ghost” last season.
Chelsea had a dreadful run last campaign under current Manchester United boss, José Mourinho, finishing an abysmal 10th in the league, and racking up only 12 wins all season.
Not shying away from his part in the disappointing attempt to retain their Premier League crown, Eden Hazard admits he was nowhere near up to scratch as the West London club struggled, leading to the dismissal of Mourinho by Chelsea for the second time.
“I learned a lot,” said Hazard, who won the PFA Player of the Year award for the 2014/15 campaign.
“Sometimes you are at the top like we were two years ago and sometimes it is difficult for everyone.
“For me, I was the best player two years ago, but last season I was like a ghost.
“I want to be the best again and win titles.”
The forward looks to be back to his best under Antonio Conte though, and has already netted 9 times.
And a second Premier League title may well be in store for Hazard, as Chelsea sit top of the table with 20 games played, five points clear of second placed Liverpool.
Chelsea fans will be hoping that the Belgian international is able to keep up his current form, and perform to the standard that made him a star at Stamford Bridge, and helped them to a Premier League title; and the way the skillful star is playing at the moment, many in West London will be feeling optimistic about their chances this season, despite a 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur.