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Eden Hazard left Chelsea for Real Madrid this summer but the Belgian is yet to hit the ground running at his new club.
Hazard admits his form has been poor but believes he can return to his best by working hard in training.
Hazard said: “I feel good and strong. It’s true that people expect a lot from me and so do I.
“I can do better. I’m critical of myself and I’m working every day to achieve great things because we have a great squad.
“We’re top of the league. Right now, I’m 100% fit and I hope to give my best in the upcoming matches.
“Like I said in my first press conference, I’m still not a galactico, I have to be the one to prove that I can become one.
“We all know the last No. 7 at this club and I have to be the one who proves I can be the best in the world, to enjoy myself and give my all not just in matches but training too.
“I don’t doubt myself, I’m confident.
“Right now, I’m only lacking the goals and being more decisive. Football is all about confidence.”