Eden Hazard has started the season brilliantly for Chelsea, scoring six goals and providing two assists in just seven appearances for the Blues this season.
This is his best start to a campaign for Chelsea and this week Chelsea legend John Terry hailed Hazard as the best player in the world.
Jorginho, who joined Chelsea from Napoli this summer, has been impressed by the qualities of Hazard and hailed the Belgian as the best player he has played with.
“Eden Hazard is someone who every time he touches the ball you feel he’s going to score or pull of an amazing move,” Jorginho told Chelsea’s official website.
“He’s different to the rest, he has incredible potential and undoubtedly he’s the best player I’ve played with up until this point.
“He’s somebody who can decide a match on his own, he can create something out of absolutely nothing and that gives his team-mates a lot of confidence to give him the ball and to trust him.”
Chelsea are unbeaten in the Premier League this season, with the Blues winning five and drawing just one game. Jorginho believes Chelsea will get stronger as the season progresses.
“It’s a question where the answers will be revealed step by step,” Jorginho added, when asked what we can achieve this season.
“We have to keep thinking about taking each game at a time and constantly improving.
“This is a team that has changed the way it’s playing, changed it’s mentality and in many ways is starting from scratch, so it’s something which needs time and will take time, but we’re on the right track and that’s the track which will lead us to success.”
The Blues beat Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup. Ahead of today’s Premier League game against Liverpool, Jorginho insists today’s game will be completely different.
Jorginho added: “I think today will be a completely different game to Wednesday’s.
“As we say in Brazil, every game has its own story.
“Obviously it was important for us to win, that’s always important for the team, but we can’t go around thinking that it’s going to be an easy match because Liverpool had won all of their games up until that point so we know it’s going to be a difficult game.”