Maurizio Sarri said he will need both Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata on form to keep Chelsea on track in all competitions after Giroud impressed against Cardiff City on his first Premier League start of the season.
The Stamford Bridge outfit have made a ideal start to the season, winning all five of their opening Premier League games and they now sit joint top of the table with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
"I have to organise better the defensive phase and the players have to understand that".
Chelsea are ahead of Liverpool on a goal difference of one, and two points in front of champions Manchester City. The Belgian says he is happy despite failing to secure his dream move to Real Madrid in the summer, and he is enjoying a freer role than the one Antonio Conte afforded him. I think both, because we have to play 60 matches.More news: Jessica Simpson Is Pregnant with Baby Number Three
"'He's a target man - maybe the best in the world, I think so", he said.
He felt Hazard spent too much energy in the opponents' half, collecting the ball when he could be working further upfield and scoring more goals.
That though hasn't stopped him making a flying start to the season in England with him scoring five goals in five games, helped by his hat-trick at the weekend against Cardiff City, whilst also setting his teammates up for two goals. When he gets the ball he can hold it up really well.
"It's a pleasure to play at the moment", Hazard told the BBC. "This club gave me a lot so when I'm on the pitch I try to do my best".More news: Josh Hart predicted Josh Gordon to Patriots
"I didn't play at the beginning of the season because I came back late from the World Cup".
Pearce believes that if the 27-year-old was playing in a stronger side that dominate more games, that figure would not be unrealistic.
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