Hazard, who is on course for the best season of his career after scoring his seventh Premier League goal of the campaign on Sunday, told reporters after Chelsea's 3-0 win over Southampton that he changes his mind over wanting to stay or go on a day-to-day basis. "Don't write Chelsea out but they need a real 'goal-getter".
"You can see on the pitch that he is very strong".
'(Chelsea) have started the season well.
"Hopefully he will carry the team until the end and we will see".
"It is like when you play Liverpool or Man City".
The midfielder, who earned a recall to the England national team for the upcoming UEFA Nations League fixtures during the worldwide break, has earned plaudits for his impressive performances under Sarri in recent weeks.
He is so comfortable on the ball and never looks in a rush even when he's been pressured by the opposition - a trait he's had from being young. When I can pass, I pass.
"He had a very serious injury; he is improving day by day and I think the best will follow", said Sarri.
Upon his arrival in the capital, Jorginho shared a touching video of his mother, Maria, in floods of tears at seeing his shirt hung up in the Chelsea club shop.
"It is also when you have a dream and you want to make it happen", Hazard said.
His mother played an integral role in his footballing upbringing and he will forever be indebted to her.
When teams play against Chelsea, they are a bit scared because we have great players.
Both London clubs have enjoyed impressive starts to the 2018-19 campaign, with Chelsea joint-top going into the second worldwide break of the season.
Chelsea, who are level on points with Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, are desperate not to lose Hazard.
"I got confidence taking penalties and it all started from there".
Essien was at Chelsea for the first two years of Hazard's spell at the club and he reckons he is happy where he is for now.