Eden Hazard believes victory in the Europa League would be a fitting farewell to Chelsea if he eventually leaves this summer window.
Tomorrow’s Europa League final against Arsenal could be the Belgian’s last match before a £90million transfer to Real Madrid.
When asked if winning a trophy would be the perfect way to end his time with the club, the Belgian said: “Yes. I just want to win the trophy that is it, it does not matter if I score or not.
“If it is my last game I hope to bring the trophy.
“I don’t know when something happens. At the moment nothing is happening. So I can say nothing.”
Eden Hazard longs to play for boyhood idol and new Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane.
He announced after last year’s World Cup that he had reached a decision on his future plans but refuses to reveal what exactly they are.
Madrid’s initial offer for Hazard has been turned down but Zidane is on a mission to revitalise his side with a huge spending spree.
The 28-year-old did reassure sad Chelsea supporters he will never play for another Premier League club.
He said: “No chance. I am a Blue! I cannot play for another club in this country.”