Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has proferred a solution to the problem of Eden Hazard ahead of the new season.
The Blues are without their talisman from last season after he joined Real Madrid at the end of last season.
Eden Hazard was the main man at Chelsea for seven years until this summer when he signed for the Los Merengues.
Real Madrid paid €100m to secure his transfer from Chelsea as part of the €300m transfer splurge at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Eden Hazard had one year left on his then Chelsea contract before he joined Real Madrid last month.
On missing the quality of Eden Hazard ahead of the new season, Frank Lampard talked about how his team will cope without the Belgian international star.
According to him, Eden Hazard is a world class player but Chelsea have to move on without him.
Frank Lampard pointed out that the emphasis will be on teamwork rather than an individual.
The 41-year-old was recently named the Chelsea manager at the start of this month after a successful spell as the Derby County manager last season.
He led the Rams to sixth position at the end of the regular season before they were beaten by Aston Villa in the playoff final.