Eden Hazard has teased Chelsea fans that he would make a return to the club if he leaves Real Madrid.
The Belgian moved to the Spanish capital last summer in an £88million deal, having made a name for himself at the London club during a successful seven-year period.
He is yet to settle at his new club and has a single goal in 13 appearances, with injuries affecting his progress.
In a video exchange between the Belgian and a Chelsea fan, Frank Khalid, Hazard admits that he would love a return to London and that he keeps up with the results all the time.
"When I finish here, I’ll come back," Hazard replied when told that Chelsea miss him.
Asked whether he keenly follows his former side's results, he added: "Yeah, when I can I watch. Not all the time."
Hazard also praised the work Frank Lampard is doing at Chelsea, despite their recent form in the Premier League.
"They are doing well, they’re young," he added.
"Now they can pay for players, they can buy players now. I do my job here and then I come back."
Chelsea will be in a position to sign new players in January following the lifting of a transfer ban imposed on them and have already set eyes on a number of Premier League stars.