It has been a difficult few weeks for the west London side, who have struggled to produce consistent performances under Antonio Conte in all competitions.
Their stuttering form has caused them to be knocked out of the Champions League and also drop out of the top four in the Premier League table, to leave their hopes of securing Champions League qualification for next season looking slim.
Hazard, like many of his team-mates at Chelsea FC, has struggled to hit top gear for the Blues in recent weeks.
And the 27-year-old Belgian international has conceded that he has not been happy about how the last few weeks have played out for both him and Chelsea FC.
Asked by Sky Sports if he is happy with his recent form, Hazard replied: “No.
“For the last two months, no (I have not been happy with my form). Because the results are not good. I don’t play football just for me, I play for the team. If I play good, but we are not winning, I am not happy. That’s it.
“It’s better for me to play very bad and at the end of the game we win 1-0. I don’t like stats, I play for a long time, so I am on the pitch to enjoy.
“If I can score, I score. If I can assist, I assist. But I just want to be happy on the pitch, and when you are winning you are happy, and when you are not winning you are not happy.”
Chelsea FC are currently in fifth place in the Premier League table with five games left to play this season.
It looks increasingly likely that the Blues will miss out on a top four finish and have to settle for a place in the Europa League for next season.
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