Hazard's scintillating hat-trick dominated Chelsea's 4-1 win over Cardiff on Saturday.
"I'm always trying to do more - create more chances, score more goals, and today a hat-trick so I will try to do this more".
"He's a low-maintenance footballer, I think, Chelsea have done really well to hang onto him for the past couple of years", he said. Can I wind him up?
Sarri is expected to rotate his squad ahead of Thursday's trip to Greece and it will likely mean that numerous fringe players who have not started for Chelsea in the Premier League could well be in contention for a place in the playing eleven. "I think he was the best player at the World Cup".
Jamie Carragher has called Eden Hazard the "best player in the Premier League".
It should be no surprise, though, as Giroud's all round influence on games was visible at the World Cup.
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Sol Bamba's opener shocked Sarri's men into life, but the Belgian was too hot for Cardiff to handle with a quickfire double just before half-time.
"I think overall the performance was very positive, although there will clearly be bigger tests this season".
The Italian has delivered five wins from five Premier League matches, and the Blues sit proudly on top of the table. "[Giroud] played very well without scoring, but very useful for his teammates, I think".
"I'm always happy when I'm playing football I just want to do my best for this club who have done a lot for me".
Marcos Alonso also believes his teammate can take home the award considering Salah's success in doing so last season.
"Eight players joined us this summer", he said.
"Unfortunately, you have to play with 11 players, [and] 17 players tomorrow won't agree with me".
They now sit joint-top of the league with Liverpool, although they are ahead due to a better goal difference, and Stamford Bridge is a much happier place to be than it was at times in Antonio Conte's final season.