Chelsea new boy: I can do better

08:37 11 September 2012

Eden Hazard wants to keep improving. Photo credit: Adam Davy/EMPICS

Eden Hazard wants to keep improving. Photo credit: Adam Davy/EMPICS

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Eden Hazard says he can get even better after his superb start in a Chelsea shirt and insists he doesn’t feel under pressure.

The Belgian, a summer recruit from Lille, has provided six assists and scored once in the Blues’ first three Premier League games.

He is now preparing with his national side for their World Cup qualifier against Croatia and says he has the experience and confidence to continue his rich vein of form.

“I know everyone expects a lot from me and I also know that I can do better,” said Hazard.

“I have played 200 games. I don’t feel the pressure.”

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