Chelsea dropped two vital points on Sunday as we could only manage to draw against Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal are all fighting for third and fourth place in the league to secure Champions League football for next season with Manchester City and Liverpool in a two-way title duel.
Eden Hazard expects the fight for the last two Champions League places to continue until the final day of the Premier League season.
Tottenham have 61 points, Arsenal 60, United are on 58 and Chelsea 57, but with a game in hand.
Hazard told Chelsea TV: “It’s a good battle. Man City and Liverpool are far away, then there are four teams who want to be in the top four.
“It’s going to be a good race to the end. We have nine games to play now. We have to give everything.”
Chelsea lost to Wolves 2-1 in December and were close to doing a double over Chelsea before Eden Hazard scored a later equalizer on Sunday.
“We lost away three months ago. The game was exactly the same. We created a couple of chances, but not enough,” Hazard added.
“The good point is we gave everything until the end and we scored a goal. A bit of happiness, even if we are a bit sad.
“I like to score and then we win the game. I scored, we drew. It’s a bit disappointing.
“We need to keep going. We have a tough game on Thursday and then on Sunday.
“Let’s move forward, back in training, work together and try to win games.”