Belgium attacker has just enjoyed a fine first season in the capital.
Chelsea midfield player Eden Hazard has vowed to score as many as 60 goals for the west London club under new head coach Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge next season, says the Daily Mail.
The mercurial Berlgium international has only been with the Blues for just the one campaign now, having signed for the Uefa Europa League holders from Ligue 1 outfit Lille for 32 million euros last May.
And, in his debut season in the capital the 22-year-old enjoyed an eye-catching start to his Chelsea career, scoring 13 goals in 62 matches in all competitions for the club, all of which came in his 34 Premier League appearances.
However, the playmaker says that there is now much more to come from him in the blue of Chelsea next season in terms of both his goals and assists output, especially now that Mourinho has returned for a second spell in charge of the club.
“Every year, I am improving and getting better and better, but I want to be even more effective. My dream is 50 or even 60 goals like Messi and Ronaldo. They have shown it is possible, so maybe I can do the same,” said Hazard.
“I had a lot of assists last season and a few goals, but the problem is that I tend to choose the beautiful option too often and dribble with the ball, when a different way might cause more damage.
“Sometimes I lack the killer instinct, but I mean to change that. I need to shoot more, rather than look to do something that looks nice, and that is what I will be trying to do next season.”