What takes talent to the next level? Eden Hazard has had some ups and downs in his time in England, but now back to his best. Chelsea's brilliant Belgian fills FourFourTwo in on his guide to stardom.
"When I was a kid I used to get home from school and go straight into my garden to practise my skills. I also learned a lot from watching Ronaldinho and Robinho on YouTube. Football is a tactical game and you have to be professional on the pitch, but keep smiling and enjoy it. I play for the fans. I love to entertain them. I like to run at defenders and cut inside or beat them on the outside. It's important to keep the defenders guessing."
Have an Unquenchable Thirst
"As a player I am always demanding more from myself. I don't just want to win the Champions League; I want to win the Premier League and the FA Cup. I want to win everything. That's what drives me to get better. Last season I scored 14 goals in the Premier League - that's not enough. I must score more this season. I got this ambition from my parents. If you want to be a top player, you can never be satisfied. You must always want more."
Analyse your performance
"After the game I always know if I played well or if I played badly. As a footballer you have to reflect on your performance, but it's important that you're honest with yourself. Whether you've had a good game or not, you should always aim to do better in the next match. You cannot say, 'I was very good; I want to be play like that again.' Not possible - you must always want more. However I've played, once the game is over I focus on the next challenge."
Eden Hazard wears the Nike Mercurial Vapor, available at rebel.