Eden Hazard desires to continue playing at Real Madrid.
The Belgian forward has been linked with an exit from the Santiago Bernabeu as he has featured only 29 times for Carlo Ancelotti in the past two seasons.
He is struggling to get minutes under the Italian manager and according to rumours could force an exit next summer.
But the former Chelsea forward has reiterated his desire to fight for his place this season after the World Cup.
“I don’t want to leave Real Madrid. Maybe my situation will change after the World Cup,” Hazard told the media. “I want to play but it’s the manager who makes his choices. I accept, but I want to show him that I deserve to play more. When you don’t play it’s difficult.”
Hazard further went on explaining how he’s going to prove his doubters wrong this World Cup.
“Just like at the last Euros. I gained minutes in the first matches and was there in the quarter-final against Portugal. Our medical and technical staff will help me (be ready).
“I have not suddenly lost my qualities. This will be my third World Cup and I want to show that Belgium can still count on its captain and that I want to give everything (for the team)
“Our first focus should be on surviving the group stage. Then anything is possible if we give the maximum. Quarter-final, semi-final or even the final.”