Chelsea star Eden Hazard has admitted that his sides struggles this season have left feeling unhappy.
The Blues have been on a horrific run of form in the Premier League is 2018, winning just three games since the turn of the year.
Antonio Conte’s side have now slipped to fifth in the table, 10 points behind fifth placed Spurs with just six games remaining this campaign.
It has been a remarkable fall from grace for the Stamford Bridge club, who have gone from winning the Premier League at a canter last season to missing out on the top four all in the space of 12 short months.
Hazard gave an interview to Sky Sports recently and revealed that Chelsea’s poor run of results has left it difficult for him to enjoy his football at the moment.
“For the last two months, no (I have not been happy with my form). Because the results are not good. I don’t play football just for me, I play for the team. If I play good, but we are not winning, I am not happy. That’s it.” Hazard said.
“It’s better for me to play very bad and at the end of the game we win 1-0. I don’t like stats, I play for a long time, so I am on the pitch to enjoy.
“If I can score, I score. If I can assist, I assist. But I just want to be happy on the pitch, and when you are winning you are happy, and when you are not winning you are not happy.”
Chelsea face Southampton on Sunday in the Premier League in what will be a dress rehearsal for their FA Cup semi-final at Wembley the following weekend.
However, even if the Blues do manage to salvage some respectability from this season by winning the FA Cup it is still widely expected that their coach Antonio Conte will depart Stamford Bridge come May.