“We don’t care about who can win the title, we’ll go there and try to win the game,” Hazard told the BBC.
“They are a fantastic team to watch, their manager is great.
Chelsea struggled past Slavia Prague 1-0 at the Sinobo Stadium in Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final first leg.
Marcos Alonso’s late header gave the Blues the midway-point advantage in the tie, with Chelsea hosting the return leg at Stamford Bridge this Thursday night.
The Blues are really desperate for a top-four league finish to secure Champions League football for next term though, leaving Hazard honing in on that above all else.
Hazard remains among Real Madrid’s main transfer targets for this summer, with the Spanish giants still working on agreeing a fee for the 28-year-old.
Chelsea are continuing to hold out for £100million for their talisman forward, who has refused to sign extended terms with his current Stamford Bridge deal expiring next summer.