Chelsea star Eden Hazard has admitted that it will be difficult to turn down an approach from Paris Saint-Germain, while suggesting he is happy at Stamford Bridge.
The Belgium international was the key player for the Blues last season as he helped them win the Premier League title. In February 2015, Hazard signed a new deal, which will keep him at the west London for over next four years.
Hazard has struggled in the 2015-16 season and is yet to score a goal in England's top flight club competition. In the past the attacker had ruled out a move to join the French champions. However, the 25-year-old has opened the door to join PSG,
"It's difficult to say no to PSG, like all the teams who are capable of winning the Champions League," Hazard explained, as quoted by ESPN.
"PSG are part of that category now. And for me, to win the Champions League is the main aim. But for the moment I'm not dwelling on that."
"Everything is possible, it's true. But I have a contract that runs for four-and-a-half years yet. Even if things are difficult this year, I feel good at Chelsea. I'm in a good squad that can win trophies every season."
"I don't think that will happen. Anyway, every transfer window people say: 'Eden is going to leave.'
"And every time that I said that I would stay, I have actually stayed. On the other hand, I said during my last year at Lille that I was going to leave and I really did leave," he added.
He also admitted a move to Real Madrid could also be a possibility after expressing his admiration for Spanish capital club's coach, Zinedine Zidane, who has Hazard's idol during his childhood.
On Real, Hazard said: "Of course, Zinedine Zidane gets you interested. He was my idol when he was a player... and he's been saying good things about me for a long time."
"In any case, I want to work with the best managers in the world. Beyond that, I don't know if Zidane is in that category yet. He's only been training Real since the start of January."