Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has vowed to improve and has set his sights on silverware this season.
Hazard joined Chelsea in 2012 but didn’t feature in the 2013 Europa League final, which is the only trophy the Blues have won in his time with the club.
The Belgium international was named as Chelsea’s Player of the Year last term and boss Jose Mourinho has recently revealed Hazard is set for a new deal at Stamford Bridge.
However, the 23-year-old insists he can improve further and he is convinced Chelsea can challenge for honours this term.
“I can be better. Last season was very good, and the first season [at Chelsea] as well. Now I am in the third season and if I can win trophies, it could be better,” Hazard told Sky Sports.
“Personally, if I continue like this and score more goals and make more assists, but most important is trophies at the end.”
Chelsea take on German side Schalke in the Champions League on Wednesday and they can be backed at 1.29 to secure the win, or 5.50 to win 2-0.
Striker Didier Drogba may be available for the Premier League side after he missed the win over Swansea at the weekend with an ankle problem.
Petr Cech has also been tipped to start in goal for the Blues after losing his place in the starting side to Thibaut Courtois this season.