Eden Hazard isn't happy on the bench and deserves to play says Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Hazard has been a substitute for Madrid's last eight matches which has frustrated the former Chelsea man since his move from Stamford Bridge.
"Hazard is not happy. He has talent and is training well, committed, and deserves to play," Ancelotti told a news conference ahead of Saturday's La Liga match with Rayo Vallecano.
Real are second in the table on 24 points, a point behind Real Sociedad but with a game in hand. Rayo are sixth with 20.
"He (Hazard) will have minutes but, as a starter, I'll have to think about it. If he keeps the faith, he will have an opportunity. Can be tomorrow or it cant. The important thing is that he is active and committed.
"I feel for him because it's easy to leave a player that is unprofessional on the bench, but that is not the case."
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