Hazard aiming to play a big role as Chelsea hope to repeat last season's success

The Belgium international is hopeful that the Blues can replicate last term's exploits, and is eager to get regular first-team action at Stamford Bridge in 2012-13
Eden Hazard has set his sights on a successful season with Chelsea and hopes to build on last year, when the English giants won the Champions League and FA Cup.

The versatile attacker joined the Blues from Lille in the summer transfer window, and he is keen to become a key figure at his new club.

"Chelsea's goals for the new season? We have not discussed it with the coach yet, but I guess that we want to do as well as last season," Hazard stated to reporters.

"I do not really have any personal objectives. I just hope to play as many games as possible. I am not the type of person to set certain goals. The most important thing for me is to get regular first-team action and do well."

The attacker then went on to discuss Salomon Kalou's move from the Blues to les Dogues, and Hazard hopes the Cote d'Ivoire international can help his former side to Ligue 1 glory again.

"His move is a good thing. He is a great player, a big star. I hope that he can do at Lille what he did at Chelsea, and help the team to more trophies."

Lille were crowned Ligue 1 champions in 2010-11, but had to settle for third spot last term.

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