Chelsea star Eden Hazard says he wants to get his personal goal tally to 25 goals next season to help the Blues win the treble after the Champions League disappointment during the 2014-15 campaign.
Having moved to Stamford Bridge in summer 2012 from Lille for around £32m, the 24-year-old winger has arguably succeeded both Gareth Bale and Luis Suarez as the best Premier League Players of the Year.
But the Belgium international has always expressed his intention to keep growing to match the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
So after netting 19 goals and providing 12 assists in all competitions during the season, he plans to improve on those stats in the new campaign.
"I want to score more goals. I scored 19 this season, the season before I scored 16, so 19 is good, especially as I'm not a pure striker, I'm a winger," Hazard said to the club official website.
"But the fans always want me to score. I work hard on that in training but it's not easy. It would be nice if I could maybe get 25 goals next season."
Hazard has led his side to Premier League and League Cup glory this season but wants to improve on that by winning the treble after Chelsea's disappointing elimination at the hands of Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League last 16.
"We need to retain the two trophies we won this season and hopefully add another cup. It would be good to win everything," he added.
"The only bad thing about this season was the PSG game; when you are playing with 11 men against ten you shouldn't lose. Even though we didn't lose the game, 2-2 wasn't good enough, so it would be good to go further in the Champions League.
"It will be a big challenge to retain the Premier League next season. Every team wants to beat the champions. They will come to Stamford Bridge and try to do whatever they can to beat us, so we have to be ready."