Belgium worldwide Eden Hazard has dropped a massive hint that he could stay put with Chelsea beyond the end of the ongoing campaign.
His struggles with Barcelona has prompted talks of a possible move back to the Premier League with clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United.
The Chelsea attacker revealed earlier in the week he has made a decision over his future and would open up soon as his prospective £100million move to the Bernabeu is edging closer.
He said: "After the match against Huddersfield, I was really very happy with the result and performance, but I know now we need consistency".
The manager likes possession! Wake up, Blues, we have one hell of a player holding our midfield.
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The Chelsea star said "We are still learning about his concept".
Discussing 60-year-old Sarri, Hazard added: 'I like this kind of football. He then talked about the expectations on him and said, "I'm not at all selfish".
'The way I am can be a weakness to be the best player in the world. He arrived very motivated, and I think he will be very useful for us.
Higuain previously matched a Serie A record by scoring 36 goals in a season under Sarri at Napoli, with many hoping the striker can be the end to Chelsea's problem position.
Asked why he connects so well with Higuain, Chelsea's head coach replied: "Mentally I think it was the same, but I think that Gonzalo is very suitable for my football, so the feeling is really fantastic".