Belgian attacker back in training with Chelsea.
Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) July 31, 2014
Chelsea may have seen Romelu Lukaku depart this week, but another Belgian has made a more low key return.
The club's new number 10, Eden Hazard, made his comeback to training after a World Cup induced extended break.
Hazard has an extra point to prove at Chelsea this season, after a personally disappointing tournament in Brazil, despite Belgium's progression to the quarter-finals.
With new signings Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa to play alongside, there is real reason to suggest he can be even better than he was in the previous campaign.
The 23-year-old bagged 14 Premier League goals and seven assists, and if he really does kick on, then Chelsea will become a very frightening prospect for defences to handle indeed.
How many goals can Eden Hazard score this season?