Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has been rewarded for his superb displays in the Premier League this season after he was named on the shortlist for the PFA Players’ Player of the Year.
Hazard made the six-man shortlist for the Player Award which was announced by the PFA earlier on Saturday.
The Belgian international player has been the key player for West London giants Chelsea in their quest for major honours in both the Europa League and the Premier League.
Hazard and Chelsea are keen to finish in the top-four of the Premier League thereby qualifying for Champions League football next season.
The Blues can also secure Champions League football by winning the Europa League.
They are in the semifinals of the competition following their aggregate win over Czech Republic team Slavia Prague.
Chelsea beat the Czech side 4-3 at home in what was the second leg of their quarterfinal clash to seal a 5-3 aggregate victory over their opponents.
Eden Hazard was subbed off during that game because of a slight injury but he’s expected to be fit for Monday’s home league game against Burnley.
He has scored 16 goals and also provided 12 assists in the Premier League.
The 28-year-old has been involved in more goals (28) than any other player in the league.