Eden Hazard admits he wants Chelsea to make history at Tottenham by getting 14 successive wins in a single season, but craves another Premier League trophy far more, reports the London Evening Standard.
"We want to beat the record of 14 games. We have everything in our hands. We have to do well against Tottenham and see if we can win again.
"I don't want to say we don't care about records because a record is always good, but we don't just look at this.
"We want to win games. If that means we break the record then it's good for Chelsea and we will make history in the Premier League. But we just want to win games and at the end of the season, win the trophy.
"We know how important this game at Tottenham is for us. Last season we drew 0-0, two seasons ago we lost 5-3 so it's always difficult to play at White Hart Lane.
"But we are ready, we are in good form and we want to keep going like this."