Hazard uninterested in PSG links

The Belgian says he has no desire to leave Stamford Bridge, while he also played down the Blues' chances of winning the Champions League and praised boss Jose Mourinho
Eden Hazard has dismissed speculation linking him with French champions Paris Saint-Germain and says he is solely focused on Chelsea.

The Belgium international has been in stunning form this season, with a match-winning hat-trick against Newcastle on Saturday bringing his Premier League tally for the season to 12 goals.

Hazard believes he made the right decision to move to Stamford Bridge, hailing the lessons he has learnt from the club's veterans, and has no intention of joining les Parisiens as he aims to become the best with Chelsea.

"It's good to read that the PSG is interested in me. But I don't care," the former Lille winger told L'Equipe.

"I never thought to leave Chelsea. I am feeling good at this club and I still have much to do here.

"I know very well what I have in mind. Nobody is going to change my mind. My goal is to be the best with Chelsea.

"I learned a lot in contact with (Frank) Lampard, (John) Terry, (Petr) Cech and (Samuel) Eto'o. They have won so much and they inspire me. It makes me grow. That is why I think my best years are ahead of me."

While Hazard is confident Chelsea can win the Premier League if they maintain the form they showed against Manchester City, he is less sure of the Blues' chances of lifting the Champions League.

"We can win three competitions," he added. "I do not think that the Champions League is for us this year because there are better teams.

"The Premier League? We'll see. If we play every game like we did at City, we will be champions. Me, I will do nothing alone. If we can get titles, it will be thanks to the team."

The 23-year-old also praised the impact of Jose Mourinho, describing him as the best manager on the planet. He said: "His trophies talk for him. Wherever he goes, he wins trophies.

"Nobody was able to win at Manchester City. Those who still doubted his potential should stop. He has already demonstrated that he is the best coach in the world.

"I have a very simple relationship with him. He trusted us without always being behind us to see what we do. He likes to laugh and put us at ease.

"Sometimes he is not happy, this is normal. After that, I have no problem with him. I play all the time and I give the best."