The Belgian had flirted with the prospect of a move to Paris Saint-Germain, stating that an offer from the French champions would be hard to turn down, but has backtracked on suggestions that he will soon leave Stamford Bridge.
"The future is always the same and that is to win trophies, next season, in two and three years," Hazard told Chelsea TV.
"You want to win the games, to win trophies. [To do that] you have to be ready because all the teams want to beat Chelsea. We are ready for that. We have good players in the team and I hope we can win more trophies.
"I am always happy here. Even if I play badly, I'm happy. I know this is football but I try to keep a smile on my face every time."
Hazard has struggled to find the net this season, though Chelsea's campaign has taken a turn for the better under Guus Hiddink, with the London side now on an unbeaten run of 11 consecutive matches.
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But while form is on the Blues' side, Hazard is not taking anything for granted.
"We saw the other day that Swansea beat Arsenal at home," he said. "It is very strange.
"You have to be ready for all the games and be at 100 per cent if you want to win in this league. The Premier League is difficult. The small teams can beat the big teams.
"I am happy with my form, I just need to score a couple of goals. I want the ball, I want to create something. Mentally, I am here and it's good to be back [to fitness after groin and hip problems]."