The Belgium worldwide has not agreed to any new terms, though, prompting rumours he could be tempted to leave Chelsea in the transfer window, even though his current deal does not expire until 2020.
But he said: "I'm waiting for new players next season".
Having said that, the 27-year-old has attempted more dribbles than any other Premier League player this season with 200, while he also successfully completed 165; only Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha came close to rivalling that with 119 successful dribbles. It's something big, so I need to think about a lot of things.
Hazard is also aware that his next contract could be one of the last he signs during the prime of his career, adding: "That's why I'm taking my time".
Jose Mourinho handed Herrera the unenviable task of man-marking Hazard during United's 2-0 win against Chelsea at Old Trafford last April and the Spaniard won man of the match for his performance.
Despite not being named in the best XI this season, he is still clearly impressing his opponents in the Premier League.
Chelsea take on Man United at Wembley in the FA Cup final on 19 May. "He has some special abilities that I think he hasn't trained them, because you can not train them, you just have them". "One thing I'm sure is that I'm happy here".
"We're Chelsea. We need trophies", Hazard said. After the World Cup we will be... So, we will give everything.
You know. We'll see. "A lot of things, then we will see".
Finishing in fifth, five points behind Liverpool (and a whopping 30 points behind Manchester City), Stamford Bridge has been stagnant and enough is enough according to Hazard.