Chelsea star Eden Hazard has revealed his love to see team-mate N’Golo Kante win PFA Player of the Year.
The duo have been a critical part of Antonio Conte’s team as they are looking to win the Premier League title in the Italian debut season.
Hazard, the 26 year-old has recaptured his form by scoring 14 times in the top flight so far this season.
Meanwhile N’golo Kante has integrated well into the Chelsea team since his move from Leicester City last summer.
Kante and Hazard have both been nominated for this season PFA player of the year award but Hazard has however revealed his love for Kante to win the award even though he would like to win the award once more.
He said: “I hope it will be him, it would change a bit of the guy who always scores, which is always decisive.
“He is less decisive on the field than a forward. But it would reward the two good seasons he made. Of course, I would like to have this title of best player too, but if I have to choose I would give it to him.”
The duo have to compete for the award alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane and Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez.