Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard has claimed that he does not care about scoring goals as long as the Blues keep winning.
The 26-year-old has been in great form after a disappointing 2015/16 season and has scored 9 goals in 20 appearances so far this season.
However, Hazard admitted that personal success is not his driving factor and he rather prefers the team to win games and silverware to make the supporters happy.
“For me, football is like this: I go on the pitch and I try to enjoy it. I do not look at statistics, I do not look at goals, I just want to go on the pitch,” Hazard told Chelsea Magazine.
“I prefer to win 5-0 and I play an amazing game, but do not score or assist, than play a bad game where I score two goals and we win 2-0.”
“Football is simple, you just have to win games, so I go on the pitch, I try to do my best and try to make the fans happy. This is why I play, for my enjoyment and also for the fans.”
“It is like when I go to watch a movie or a spectacle, I want to be happy. For me, when all the fans come to a game, they have to be happy, so it is my job to do make sure they are and I try every game.”
Chelsea are on a roll this season, and lead the Premier League table by 7 points, with Eden Hazard, Diego Costa and Pedro leading the goal-scoring charts.