- Eden Hazard suggested he did not want to get distracted with Chelsea's Champions League win as he is keen to help Real Madrid win titles
- The winger, however, admitted he was only happy "for a couple of friends" for carting home the prestigious title
- Hazard, who enjoyed a successful seven-year career at Stamford Bridge has failed to replicate his form at Real since his 2019 dream transfer to Spain
Eden Hazard has revealed he did not celebrate Chelsea's Champions League glory on Saturday, May 29.
The Blues stunned Man City in the final of the tournament staged at Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal, to lift the title for the second time in their history.
Kai Havertz's only goal of the match scored minutes before the break proved decisive as it catapulted the west Londoners to victory.
Thomas Tuchel's men initially knocked out Hazard's Real Madrid in the semi-finals before carting home the prestigious trophy in the final.
But despite spending an illustrious seven-year career at Stamford Bridge, Hazard has said he did not celebrate his former club's continental glory.
The Belgian, who has endured a tumultuous spell at Santiago Bernabeu insisted his focus is on helping Real win trophies including the Champions League.
"Of course not, I’m a Real Madrid player so I am not happy," Metro UK quoted Hazard, who won two Premier League titles with the Blues saying.
"I am just happy for a couple of friends in the team, but I hope next season it’s for Real Madrid," he added.
The forward's sentiments came only a few weeks after he landed himself in trouble with the Real support base after he was caught on camera laughing shortly after Chelsea dumped the Spanish side from the competition.
The Belgium international was forced to offer a public apology following a social media storm of negative press, with the star player noting it was not his intention to offend anyone.
"I am sorry. I have read lots of opinions about me and it was not my intention to offend the Real Madrid fans," he posted on Instagram.
"It has always been my dream to play for Real Madrid and I came here to win," he added.
The 30-year-old joined Los Blancos in a deal valued at around €115 million in 2019 but has failed to live up to the huge prize since then - with a series of injuries hampering his performances for them.
He has made just 45 appearances scoring five times and assisting eight other goals after two seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu.