"It would be a little odd if they sell me now while they can't recruit a replacement", Hazard added.
Pereyra has now hit four goals in his last five Premier League games at Vicarage Road and now faces the challenge of transferring that form into away matches - and a game against a exhausted Burnley side who played 120 minutes in midweek is the ideal opportunity for him to shine.
After Belgium's best-ever World Cup campaign in Russian Federation, which ended with them finishing in third place, the 27-year-old forward hinted that his time could be coming to an end in west London.More news: Afghan President announces ceasefire if Taliban agrees, too
Sarri said he started the match with Hazard on the bench because he still seemed exhausted after helping take Belgium to the World Cup semi-finals in July. I am very happy.
"I could have gone back to Spain or Italy".
"A lot has been said". It was important for me after three years without continuity of play in Madrid, to find a team and coach that want me, and that happened in Chelsea. Leaving this year? I won't go.
Not the most convincing of quotes from Chelsea's talisman.More news: Winona Ryder Reveals She & Keanu Reeves Might Be Married!
August 18, 2018 Chelsea's Eden Hazard applauds fans after the match. "I'm fine here, we'll see what happens in a year or two".
Despite Saturday's thrilling spectacle, in which Sarri could very easily be named the better boss out of the two, we've chose to give the debate a bit more context, with each of their career achievements being taken into consideration.
Chelsea on the other, have failed to agree to a contract renewal with Hazard and he has just two years left on his current existing deal and the summer window is still to close for the La Liga.
If the situation is the same in a year's time, things will start to get very interesting.More news: Gmail app rolls out 'Confidential Mode' and self-destructing messages