Morocco international Ziyech has enjoyed a promising start to his Blues career, scoring one goal and making three assists in his four Premier League appearances since joining from Ajax.
Ziyech’s impact at Stamford Bridge has led to comparisons with Hazard, who left Chelsea to join Real Madrid in the summer of 2018.
Belgian superstar Hazard spent seven years at Chelsea, winning two Premier League titles, the Europa League and FA Cup.
Asked about the comparisons with Hazard, Ziyech said: ‘Eden is a world-class player and you always take inspiration from that.
‘You look at the small things – how he’s playing the game, how he’s doing stuff and I know I can still learn a lot from him.’
Ziyech’s form has helped Chelsea climb to third in the Premier League table, two points behind joint-leaders Tottenham and Liverpool.
Frank Lampard’s side finished fourth last term but Ziyech says he and his team-mates ‘have to believe’ they can win the title.
‘It starts with believing in it and then working harder every day,’ he said.
‘You always have to believe that it’s possible, that’s what we’re doing and we’ll see what it brings at the end of the season.’
Chelsea agreed a deal with Ajax to sign Ziyech in February but the Moroccan only arrived in west London over the summer.
‘Those things are the most important for how you perform on the pitch.
‘I always know what I’m capable of doing so I trust myself. I’m calm in my head and peaceful so all the things are now coming by themselves.’