Posted on: Wed 18 Sep 2013

Eden Hazard admitted it is his ambition this season to score with a header during last week's Twitter Q&A session.

The Belgian was the first Chelsea player of the 2013/14 campaign to answer fans' questions sent in via social media, responding to various questions about his career and preferences away from the game.

Having scored 13 times in his debut season, opening his account this time around against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Super Cup in Prague, the diminutive playmaker confessed, after a great deal of thought, he would like to net with his head to make a change.

'I would really like to score a header, that's my aim,' he joked, hoping Jose Mourinho can turn him into an aerial threat. Working with the Portuguese has so far been enjoyable for the 22-year-old. 'It is a great experience, I'm working hard. He likes to talk to us, and to the young players too, which is nice.'

Hazard attempts a header

Hazard is definitely enjoying himself at Chelsea, and couldn't tell @OhDennisWise which home game in particular he is looking forward to most in the season ahead. 'I can't choose,' he said. 'I just enjoy playing at Stamford Bridge!'

Having grown up in a football-loving family, he offered some advice to young players when asked to do so by @SrtaOjosAzules. 'Take pleasure in your football,' he said. 'Enjoy it and it will come naturally. Work hard too.'

Looking back on the pre-season tour and travels in Indonesia, Hazard explained: 'I really enjoyed being in Indonesia, the country was great, the fans were great. Overall, the tour for me was great.'

Hazard was also asked by @ndm0m0 about a potential return to Japan and what he might do if he were to visit again, and admitted he would like to 'see more of the country. I really like sushi, so hopefully eat more out there!'

Slightly sheepishly, he went on to admit his love for food, and so it seemed apt to put @ChelseaChadder's query to him last - wondering what his preference is between Chelsea or Belgian buns,and he proudly answered: 'Belgian buns, for sure!'