EDEN HAZARD admits he will be SCARED to play under Jose Mourinho next season.
The Special One sealed his sensational return to Chelsea this week.
And Hazard, 22, has confessed to being in awe of his new boss.
The Blues playmaker said: “He’s a mystical coach, who is always being talked about.
“Maybe in the first training session I will be a bit intimidated. After all, it’s Jose Mourinho.
“But he is also a man, with two arms and two legs and so, in the end, I will have a normal relationship with him, just as I have with my previous coaches.
“It will be a pleasure to have a coach like him, especially as everybody says it will be a very good thing for me.”
Hazard has shone at Stamford Bridge since his £32million arrival from Lille last summer and was shortlisted for the PFA Player of the Year award.
But the Belgian reckons he can go even better next season — and has targeted a record-breaking 60 GOALS.
Hazard added: “Every year, I am improving and getting better and better, but I want to be even more effective.
“My dream is 50 or even 60 goals like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. They have shown it is possible, so maybe I can do the same.
“I had a lot of assists last season and a few goals, but the problem is that I tend to choose the beautiful option too often and dribble with the ball, when a different way might cause more damage.
“Sometimes I lack the killer instinct, but I mean to change that.
“I need to shoot more, rather than look to do something that looks nice, and that is what I will be trying to do next season.”