“Hazard was such an incredible player for Chelsea, and is world class, so I’m not going to compare myself to him. I’m just going to try to be myself, and hope that the fans like that guy.”
Meanwhile, Watford manager Nigel Pearson has told his team they need to be brave if they are to beat the drop.
The Hornets, now one point above the relegation zone, face bottom of the table Norwich on Tuesday and mid-table Newcastle on Saturday in must win games.
Pearson said: “Time is not on our side in terms of matches, so we have to be brave – and I thought we were at Chelsea.