Hazard has endured a hard, injury-hit La Liga campaign since joining Madrid for €100 million last summer, making just nine league starts and scoring once.
Hazard has only scored once and provided five assists in 15 appearances in all competitions.
"My first season at Madrid is bad, but not everything is bad", the 29-year-old told RTBF (via Goal).
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"I've still got four years left on my contract and I hope to be in form", the Belgian worldwide said. For me it is a great experience.
"I'd hoped to be fit [for the Euros] so it's a bit disappointing that they've been postponed".
Hazard lives in Madrid, which is one of the worst affected cities with regard to the coronavirus outbreak, but he is simply following the Spanish government's instructions and is staying inside.
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'I'm not saying I can't catch it, but I'm inside the house, nobody's coming, we can't see anyone, ' he said.
Hazard revealed he would have been fit to play if the tournament had of started in June despite now nursing an ankle injury.
"We'll have another year in 2021, which is a shame, but my ankle will allow me to get back in shape", he added.
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Hazard, who was sidelined between November and January with a similar problem, admitted it has hardly been a debut campaign to remember with Los Blancos, though he knows he has time to win the critics around. "It'll wait until next year".