Eden Hazard has made his intentions clear he wants to be deployed in a more attacking role for Chelsea.
The playmaker was used by Roberto Martinez as a No.10 in Belgium’s recent World Cup qualifiers.
The 25-year-old is still trying to recapture the form that saw him win the PFA Player of the Year last year.
And he is convinced that being utilised as a No.10 could help him express himself more freely.
“I like to play as a No 10,” Hazard said.
“I think I have more freedom offensively. For Belgium, we have full backs who run hard and create a lot of space, which is good and I like to play there.
“I don’t know if I will play there at Chelsea
“You need to ask the manager! I play on the left hand side and I try to do the best I can.”
Hazard has scored just twice in the league this term, but he will be hoping to hit the target against Leicester on Saturday.