Mourinho rejoined the club by signing a four-year contract at Stamford Bridge on Monday, and Hazard is excited at the prospect of working with the former Real Madrid and Inter boss.

"They already knew for a long time at Chelsea that he was going to sign and they all told me that it would be a good thing for me," Hazard told The Guardian.
"Jose Mourinho is someone special and it's a pleasure to have him as a coach.

"Maybe in the first training session I will be a bit intimidated - after all, it's Jose Mourinho.

"But he is also a man, with two arms and two legs and so, in the end, I will have a normal relationship with him, just as I have with my previous coaches."

Hazard has made a strong start to life at Chelsea after joining from French side Lille in June 2012, scoring 13 goals and providing 23 assists in all competitions.

However, the Belgian is eager to become more prolific in front of goal in order to reach the same level as the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

"This season I gave a lot of assists but next season I want to score more goals, I want to score 50 or 60 like Messi or Ronaldo," he continued.
"I lack that killer instinct. Messi and Ronaldo are born to score, it's in their nature but I still choose the nice dribble or the beautiful pass too often. I have to shoot more."