Chelsea held Manchester United to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford this afternoon, meaning the west London outfit remain fourth in the Premier League.
Maurizio Sarri’s side now have only two games to hold off Arsenal and United in the race for Champions League football next season.
But will a top-four finish mean Hazard stays at Stamford Bridge?
The Chelsea man was asked whether he needs Champions League football next season but suggested he would in fact be playing in Europe’s elite competition with his current club next season.
“Chelsea has to play in the Champions League every year,” he said.
“It’s one of biggest clubs in the world.
“And for myself also I want to play in the Champions League, and we will.”
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Chelsea profited from a David de Gea mistake in the first-half to earn a draw.
But Hazard thinks his side could have taken all three points back to London with them.
“A good day but could be better,” he said.
“We came here thinking about winning the game, a draw is not a bad result for us but I think if we believe a bit more in our chances we can score another goal.
“We now have two games and we will try and be in the top four.
“We started slowly but today we had a reaction and scored our goal.
“I don’t remember one chance for them in second half and yes we just played a good game.
“The game was hard, in a good way, this Man Utd – Chelsea game is always tough.”
Chelsea will now face Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League before welcoming Watford to Stamford Bridge next Sunday.