Hazard was superb in victory at Hull City.
"I call him 'kid', because thatâ€™s what he is, but he is going from a talented player to a really top player," said the Chelsea manager. "There is a difference, and the good thing is he is an easy boy to coach. What I do is try to make the game adapted to him.
"Sometimes I play him on the right, sometimes on the left and sometimes as a 10 behind the striker. When I do this, I try to find the best situation for him to succeed in that match.
"For him it is the same to play in one of these three positions. It is up to me to analyse the opponent, feel the game and make the decision to make things easier for him.
"He has 10 goals already and only one is a penalty. It could be more, particularly for challenges on him.
"Physically he will get stronger, his appetite to score goals has to improve too and his responsibility to cope with the tackles he is getting.
"Now he is facing the Champions League knockout, which is a fantastic experience, and in the summer he will go to the World Cup, which is another fantastic experience.
"So it is experience after experience, which can only make him better."
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