Eden Hazard insists Chelsea are united in their quest for Champions League return

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Eden Hazard insists the Chelsea squad is united

Eden Hazard insists Chelsea's players are "together" in their quest for the top four despite only salvaging a 1-1 draw with Wolves on Sunday.

Chelsea's three-game winning streak looked to be coming to an abrupt end with a defeat at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, as Raul Jimenez's strike gave Wolves a lead they took into stoppage time.

However, Hazard stepped up with a last-gasp equaliser to rescue a point for his side, and believes such an escape shows the determination levels in the Chelsea camp has changed.

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Highlights from Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Wolves in the Premier League

"This type of game, maybe three months ago, we lose the game," Hazard told Sky Sports. "It is a good point for us. Now we have a hard game away against Everton and we need to win.

"The spirit is good. We saw one month ago after City, at home against Tottenham. The game when we lost 6-0 [against Manchester City, when mood changed].

"I think we had a click and we said we have to do it together - we still have three or four months to play and we want to finish in the top four. That is the main target for the club."

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Maurizio Sarri says his side must do better, despite securing a late point against Wolves in the 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge

Five victories (including three in the Europa League) since their 6-0 mauling at the hands of champions City had lifted the mood around Stamford Bridge, alleviating some of the pressure on manager Maurizio Sarri's shoulders in the process.

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Hazard, though, feels that there is still much improvement to be made.

"After the game [against Wolves], we are a bit sad because we could maybe do a bit better," Hazard added. "But this kind of game, like I say, three months ago, we could have lost the game.

"We keep going, get back training and try to win some games."

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