Chelsea have made an awful start to their English Premier League (EPL) campaign this season, with pressure high on the players and manager Jose Mourinho. 

There were even reports of Eden Hazard having problems with Mourinho. However, the Belgian refuted those reports, insisting he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge and win trophies with the club.

With the transfer window doors set to be open in January, the giants in Europe are getting ready to make their bids for their desired candidates. 

Real Madrid and Paris-Saint Germain have reportedly already enquired about Eden Hazard for the upcoming January transfer window. It is rumoured that Hazard's relation with Mourinho has not been at the very best and the former wants to part ways with the club in the upcoming transfer window. 

But the Belgium star has shut out all the rumours and expressed his desire to stay at the Stamford Bridge and help Chelsea out of the pool of problems they are in.

"I don't have a problem with him. I heard a lot of things about this, but no. Everything is good with him. He is the best manager. He is the best manager for Chelsea and we hope we can win a lot of trophies together. Maybe not this season because it will be difficult, but next season and on," Hazard told the reporters ahead of their champions league clash against Tel Aviv.

Currently Chelsea are 15th in the EPL points table and that is a rare sight indeed. The defending champions are reeling and Hazard understands that the situation is grave. They really need to pull up their socks and focus on resurrecting their campaign.

Chelsea's UEFA Champions League campaign on the other hand, has not been as bad as their domestic league. They are set to play Maccabi Tel Aviv on Tuesday in a Champions League fixture and one would expect them to win it with ease.