His performances in England have sparked the transfer speculation, with Real Madrid another of those to be closely monitoring his situation, but the 26-year-old has moved to end any talk of a switch to PSG.
"There are some big clubs, and it was an attractive league even when I played in it six years ago," Hazard told SFR Sport on the progress being made in French football.
"Big stars want to play in Ligue 1, and that is a good thing. But if I am to return it will be to play for Lille – they are my club.
"I still have a career to carve out, with a number of seasons ahead of me."
PSG’s ability to spend big has helped to raise the profile of Ligue 1, with their summer business capturing the imagination.
A record-breaking €222 million deal for Neymar means that they now boast one of the finest players on the planet, while they also have a €180m agreement for Kylian Mbappe in place, with the exciting teenage forward having joined on an initial loan from domestic rivals Monaco.
Hazard would be another high-profile addition to the Ligue 1 ranks, but he is currently tied to Chelsea until 2020 and is working on adding to a trophy haul at Stamford Bridge which already includes two Premier League titles, a League Cup triumph and Europa League win.