Chelsea forward Eden Hazard hints that he will never change his ways despite admitting that he “frustrates” all his managers.
The Belgium international has scored ten goals in the Premier League this season under new boss Maurizio Sarri.
Since moving to Stamford Bridge in 2012 from Lille, Hazard has scored 79 Premier League goals under four permanent managers.
Jose Mourinho, Guus Hiddink, Antonio Conte and Sarri have all tried to get the best out of Hazard, who is sometimes criticised for his chilled approach.
“I didn’t just frustrate Conte,” Hazard told France Football.
“In my career, I’ve frustrated all my coaches. And with Sarri, once again, I frustrate him. I frustrated Mourinho.
“They think that I need to mark more, do more of this and more of that. And the next coach that I have, I’ll frustrate him as well.”
Hazard, who has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid, claims that he wants to “explore something different” when he leaves England but it doesn’t mean that he is leaving just yet.
“I have won everything in England, apart from the Community Shield, but that doesn’t mean that I’m leaving,” he said.
“I have always said that I wanted to explore something different after England. But there are also things that might make me stay.
“After the World Cup, I wanted to leave, but in the end I stayed at Chelsea and I’m playing one of best seasons so far.
“So I don’t think that I need a different challenge. But that doesn’t mean that I will become better.”