Eden Hazard
Hazard has scored 12 league goals this season.

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has rebuffed Paris Saint Germain's interest by committing his long term future to the Stamford Bridge club.

PSG defender Thiago Silva claimed that Hazard would be welcome at the club after the Belgian scored a hat-trick against Newcastle United, a performance which saw Jose Mourinho label him as best young player in the world.

But despite the Brazilian making his admiration for Hazard public, the Chelsea wideman has not been unsettled and wants to remain in west London for the foreseeable future.

"It's good to read that the PSG is interested in me. But I don't care," the former Lille winger told L'Equipe.

"I never thought to leave Chelsea. I am feeling good at this club and I still have much to do here.

"I know very well what I have in mind. Nobody is going to change my mind. My goal is to be the best with Chelsea.

"I learned a lot in contact with (Frank) Lampard, (John) Terry, (Petr) Cech and (Samuel) Eto'o. They have won so much and they inspire me. It makes me grow. That is why I think my best years are ahead of me."

Though Hazard has committed himself to Chelsea, PSG's ruthless nature in the transfer window which has seen them land Edinson Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic suggests they will not be put off by the Belgium international's pledge.

Hazard was named in the PFA Team of the Season and won the Europa League in his first campaign at Chelsea but among the attractions of moving to PSG would be an improved chance of winning the Champions League.

Chelsea face Galatasaray in their last 16 clash in the competition later this month – while PSG take on Bayer Leverkusen – but Hazard has written off any chance of the club winning the competition.

"We can win three competitions," he added. "I do not think that the Champions League is for us this year because there are better teams.

"The Premier League? We'll see. If we play every game like we did at City, we will be champions. Me, I will do nothing alone. If we can get titles, it will be thanks to the team."